|why is multiboxing not illegal||July-6-2014 2:23 PM PDT (5 years ago)|
|whoever lines blizzards pockets gets special treatment yea? that's the way its always worked|
wow players anti dc protection
d3 players multiboxing for x4 kills xp loot
!@#$ you blizzard. not like you would ever %^-*ing read this in the first place
OH NO HES EXPOSING OUR MAIN METHOD OF REVENUE INCOME AFTER THE 750M WE PROFITED FROM AH
CLOSE THE THREAD - says the blizzard employee
its not illegal because as the players benefit x4, as does blizzard, you !@#$ing cheapskates
|why is multiboxing not illegal||July-7-2014 5:52 PM PDT (5 years ago)|
|For Diablo III, multiboxing walks the strange line of being something we technically allow, but don’t officially support. |
For clarity, players are allowed to have multiple Battle.net accounts, and each of them can have a Diablo III: Reaper of Souls license (one per account). There is no limit to the number of Battle.net accounts a single user can have, so long as no more than three of them have Battle.net Balance*. There is also no restriction to how many of these accounts can be online at once, but the methods to do so may not be supported. We do not support third-party software, and third-party software that automates gameplay is not allowed. Accounts found to be using third-party software that automates gameplay risk being closed, possibly permanently.
In other words, you can have multiple accounts, and you can be online with all of them at one time. We don’t support multiboxing in Diablo III, however, and some software used to facilitate multiboxing may violate our policies, so do so at your own risk.
* Please note that this clarification is not reflected within the EULA and TOU at this time. We will be updating both documents in the near future to correct this.