|An interesting statement..||November-3-2015 8:29 PM PST (7 years ago)|
|While reading the welcome to D3 for Kauza and his reply something jumped out at me.|
To get a couple of things out of the way: yes, botting is absolutely, 100% against the terms of service and an offense that may lead to the closure of your game license.
Last time I checked there should be no MAY in that statement..You violate the ToS and you should be gone no if's, ands, or buts about it . To me this reads more of a We will pick and chose who we ban and don't ban for botting... May of the top streamers who push D3 and who always seem to have GR key's to spare even though they log out of the stream to "Sleep or eat "seem to be getting a free pass with this statement and or invited to Blizz con to stream what we have to assume the new items or Levels live....
|An interesting statement..||November-4-2015 1:23 PM PST (7 years ago)|
|To be clear, that wording was used to ensure that I'm not setting an improper expectation that every person suspected of botting will be banned immediately. Picking and choosing based on factors unrelated to the ToS is not a part of the equation.|