Supercell Keeps Banning Players
Are you one of them? You might have broke important rules in Terms of Service. Here’s an update from the developers posted on 14 March.
Why are we talking about account bans in Clash Royale? A certain tweet rose awareness a few hours ago, and the Clash Royale Twitter responded, reminding players what they should not do in the game. Let’s check it all out below.
Terms of Service – How Not To Get Banned In Supercell’s Games?
There aren’t many people out there that actually read the terms and agreements to most of the things we agree to buy, install or download on our devices. Who would read half an hour of text on Terms of Service?
Thankfully, even though the Terms of Service from Supercell are indeed very long, Supercell also added some of the things players must not do in a game in their Safe and Fair Play post on their website.
There, we can see what we’re not allowed to do in games, be it Clash of Clans, Clash Royale, Brawl Stars, or any other Supercell games.
Several rules are basically telling players to use their common sense – do not abuse other players, use obscene language, harass, swear or bully other players. If it happens, others can report you, and the reports will be reviewed. The consequences are temporary or even permanent account closure. Alternatively, whoever makes false reports, can get the same treatment.
Hacks, mods, bots, and any prohibited third-party app will get you a permanent ban.
Buying or selling Gems or scamming other players will also get you permanently banned. A permanent ban will also be for those that share or sell accounts. Other things like fixing matches, abuse refunds and so on will get you banned, with Supercell adding that “I didn’t know…” is not a valid excuse. We’re all here to have fun and enjoy the game!”
Now to the Twitter thread from a few days ago, where the Twitter user @Unstoppable_CR wrote:
I really want to set a good example but I also need $ for college so doing 20 Win Challenge for $40 guaranteed. DMs open
Clash Royale response:
This is not cool. If you do this your accounts (and any accounts you boost) will get banned.
Instead of setting a good example I was made an example, yikes lesson learned
To set things right, Clash Royale added the following thread on 7 March, mentioning that they do not autoban people via DM suggestions:
One of our priorities this year is to ensure Fair Play for everyone in Clash Royale. One area we are hoping to focus on is account sharing.
— Clash Royale (@ClashRoyale) March 7, 2019
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