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toxicity in games... player friendly ranking?: 11/2/2020 22:04:54

TeamKiller 
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Hello there,
multiple times I witnessed toxic players in game for no obvious reason. Some players just tend to have fun on your account no matter if they are winning or loosing.
For now I know I can just only report them, and hence I am asking if admins considered some other system. Like for x reports in y time to mute players in chat like if you have them blocklisted with some message like: "this player was reported multiple times for toxicity in chat, so we hide his messages." ... If you know csgo there is similiar system in place.

Thanks for reply and have a nice day!

TeamKiller
toxicity in games... player friendly ranking?: 11/2/2020 22:06:53


KG_142
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Most of your problems can go away by using the blacklist - it hides a user's messages for you and ensures that they can't join one of your games. Plus, there are enough players on QM that it's unlikely that you get them repeatedly.

If however someone dares criticize idle, please report them. They are evil.
- downvoted post by Max Scherzer
toxicity in games... player friendly ranking?: 11/2/2020 22:18:21

TeamKiller 
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Well, thats truth, but you can still meet them in qm, tournaments, other player games etc. And generally speaking, you dont want to meet them at all, or be at least warned. Hence the suggestion.

And about the alt thing: Its so easy to recognise alts ;)

Edited 11/2/2020 22:19:56
- downvoted post by Max Scherzer
toxicity in games... player friendly ranking?: 11/2/2020 22:21:00


l4v.r0v
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Like for x reports in y time to mute players in chat like if you have them blocklisted with some message like: "this player was reported multiple times for toxicity in chat, so we hide his messages."
If you think this is worth pitching to Fizzer, you should create a Uservoice on http://warlight.uservoice.com/ and direct others who agree with you to upvote your proposal.

I personally think this is a bad idea since Warzone is small, Global Chat & forums are monitored most hours of the day (by the mod team), and this feature can be very easily abused.

In practice, toxic players are easy to avoid by just being selective about who you play against- e.g., being careful about joining Open Games, using your Block List, and getting most of your games from CLOTs & ladders & tournaments that draw from the competitive strategic community. I personally haven't encountered truly toxic players in a long time this way.
toxicity in games... player friendly ranking?: 11/2/2020 22:21:13


KG_142
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There are 10+ people named Max Scherzer, all of them your alts. Finding your main is hard now.
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