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Hearthstone - Player suspended for commenting on the situation in Hong Kong

Hearthstone is one of the most famous card games of the moment and boasts tournaments all over the world, but now one of the competitions has lost a player. Blizchung, professional Heartstone player has been suspended ...
More than 1000 accounts banned during qualifications

Besides 1000 accounts banned during the Fortnite World Cup

While the Fortnite World Cup Qualifiers are in full swing, Epic has announced that it has banned more than 1000 accounts for misconduct. In an official statement, the ...

Twitch, a cosplayer was banned for wearing a black face

The cosplayer and twitcher Karina "Karupups" Martsinkevich was banned from the platform for wearing a black face during a live.

Respawn without pity, here is the ban of the Hardware ID on Apex

Respawn Entertainment, the studio behind Apex Legends, has decided that in the new battle royale there will be no room for cheaters and, more generally, for toxic behavior of any kind. After the recent ...
Fallout 76

An 76 Fallout player with more than 900 hours of play was ...

Someone who loves Fallout 76 exists. In fact there are many players with many hours of play on their shoulders but one in particular particularly appreciated it, so much so that they accumulated 900 hours on the ...
Overwatch League

Overwatch League: ban for 7 pro-players

The second season of the Overwatch League is upon us and Mom Blizzard decides to give a hold to incorrect behavior To do this, it has recently acquired a new, very nice deterrent: the Player Discipline Tracker. Posted ...
Black Ops 4

A Battlefield V dev has been banned from the Black Ops 4 servers

The corporate world of video games is not based only on competition: after all, gaming exists to have fun. And it is just for fun that Florian Le Bihan, one of the Battlefield developers ...

Rainbow Six Siege, hard line against the players who offend in chat

Over the weekend some players at Rainbow Six Siege declared they were banned due to the use of racial insults. Those who have been banned have written such insults through the system ...

Blizzard cancels Overwatch event in New York

Blizzard canceled its New York event to celebrate the release of Overwatch for Nintendo Switch. Fans had the chance to sign up ...

Football Manager 2020, revealed the release date

SEGA and Sports Interactive have announced that Football Manager 2020 will be released both digitally and in physical format on PC and Mac the next 19 ...

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