Topic Petition for the Banning of Deezer.
Edited by Kain on 11/29/11 9:14 PM (PST)
Blizzard, its time. For months now, Deezer has been cheating, stream sniping, and abusing the ladder system in order to harass pro and semi-pro Starcraft 2 players. NOTHING has been done about this. He has even admitted to cheating, and still he is allowed to continue his behavior without consequences. If proof is needed, this is by far the most telling:
In this video, not only does he constantly harass coLCatZ, he also ADMITS TO CHEATING and explains how he abuses the ladder system in order to snipe players.
More proof as provided by TWEEG:
We, the commuinity, sincerely ask you, Blizzard, to administer some type of punishment to this player.
Username : RatzDeezer
Character Code: 994
Please sign this thread if you want Blizzard to finally deal with the problem child of the Starcraft 2 community.
Edited by Ubar on 11/29/11 4:06 PM (PST)
Blizzard, its time. For months now, Deezer has been cheating, stream sniping, and abusing the ladder system in order to harass pro and semi-pro Starcraft 2 players. NOTHING has been done about this. He has even admitted to cheating, and still he is allowed to continue his behavior without consequences. If proof is needed, this is by far the most telling:I'll give the same reply I gave in the reddit thread regarding this topic. Slighty different wording and a tad longer.
What deezer is doing is NOT illegal as far as blizzard's eula/tos is concerned. His cheating is in the form of "stream cheating" which by no means is covered in the ToS/EULA. As far as him admitting anything, the only thing blizzard will consider is anything that was recorded by THEIR logging system in the form of official blizzard chat logs. Anything said over skype, ventrilo, telephone, IRC, stream chat is null and void in blizzards eye.
If blizzard wants to fix this problem they need to do what they did in WoW. When a player puts another player on their ignore list, those two players CANNOT be queued into the same dungeon/heroic anymore. So for example if Destiny wants to stop being sniped, he would put Deezer on his ignore list and then the match making system would not allow it for those two to play a game vs each other. If later on they kiss and make up and want to be matched up or join the same games then Destiny can simply remove him and all is well. Its a simple yet overlooked solution thats already implemented into another blizzard game. The groundwork is there, its up to blizzard to implement it and bring it over to SC2 as they see fit.
But to ask to ban a player because the community is "tired" of him is by no means a valid excuse. Until he slips up and says something banworthy in game he will be allowed to continue playing (and thats the way it should be). Banning without proper cause or using evidence that was not logged by blizzards own systems just opens up a whole new can of worms in regards to forging evidence.
Edited by CWEric on 11/29/11 5:54 PM (PST)
Sign! +1... Too bad Blizzard TOS is fail and stream cheating is pefectly legal to help influnce your GM ranking. If RatzDeezer is allow to stream snipe than everyone else should too. Tired of bully bullying for months now without justice.