World Of Warcraft Banned 2 Highly Ranked PvP Players From Competitive Playing
World Of Warcraft Banned 2 Highly Ranked PvP Players From Competitive Playing.
In a new post from the World of Warcraft’s news page, two out of three players were banned from competitive play because of bad behavior. Mythic Dungeon International program and The Arena World Championship have strict rules regarding their actions, which both players did not listen to.
The rules both of the players didn’t follow 5.1.a and 5.1.b:
(a) Players must at all times observe the highest standards of personal integrity and good sportsmanship. Players must behave in a professional and sportsmanlike manner in their interactions with other competitors, Tournament organizers, and members of the administration team, the media, sponsors, and fans. This includes but is not limited to the following: conduct on social media, live streams, videos, in-person at events and on stage, or anything public-facing. What qualifies as a “sportsmanlike manner” is up to Blizzard’s sole discretion.
(b) Players may not use obscene gestures, profanity, or references to drugs, sex, or violence in their Team Names, BattleTags, player handles, game chat, lobby chat live interviews or any public-facing media. This rule applies to English and all other languages and includes abbreviations and obscure references.
They got banned after many videos of the two players being “ungentlemanly,” at the very least. Not only did they get banned from competitive play in World of Warcraft PvP, but they were also kicked out of their ESports team, as was said on DOT eSports over the weekend. The upcoming statement is from XSET:
“We were made aware of these troubling statements on late Wednesday night. We took immediate action and informed these individuals first thing Thursday morning that they were removed from the organization. This kind of language does not represent who XSET is and will not be tolerated in any form.”
The news of these players getting banned due to bad behavior gives an essential lesson for players, as lousy behavior, as shown by these competitive players, is a massive problem in the gaming community. For other news on World of Warcraft, the game has just launched its Shadowlands pre-patch.