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 Mar 07, 2005 - 02:00 PM - by Michael
* Warcraft III Account Closures

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Blizzard's getting aggressive on cheaters as of late, the latest being word on Battle.net that they killed 4,000 accounts for cheating.

Approximately 4,000 accounts have been closed for various abuses of the Warcraft III ladders, including the use of "loss bots." Blizzard maintains an aggressive stance against cheating of all kind and will continue to ensure that the Battle.net ladders are a fair and safe place to play Warcraft III. The accounts in question have been closed, and the affected players have been barred from ladder play on any account for a period of 30 days. In cases where this is the second instance of abuse or cheating, the accounts have been permanently banned from all ladder play.

 

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