Toxic Players on FUT 20?02/05/2020
FUT 20, EA Sports' latest football game, has a number of prohibited actions. The rules apply to casual and professional players and seek to ensure fairer and more fun gameplay. By not complying with FUT rules, the player may have the removal of his FUT Champions statistics, the competitive mode in UT, and his coins. In some more serious cases, the "cheater" player may have his account suspended or banned from the game's servers and tournaments forever. The rules, however, are valid in any game mode.
On the 17th, for example, the Brazilian Ícaro "IPRezende" Rezende, from the R10 Team, the E-Sports team of former player Ronaldinho Gaúcho, was banned. The player was involved in currency transfers from one account to another in Ultimate Team, which is prohibited, and will only be able to return to the competitive scenario of the game in the next FUT. If you don’t want to end up like this, please check out U7BUY’s reliable FUT coins service. You won’t get banned since your account would be safe in our hands.
As in other competitive games, FUT 20 has strict rules to combat player toxicity. In November last year, pro player Kurt "Kurt0411" Fenech was temporarily banned for cursing the game's developer, making obscene gestures for the camera and spitting on a scarf with the EA logo.
To report players who violate these conduct, EA offers "Help" and "Report Abuse" services. It is also possible to report toxic players by EA Technical Support (help.ea.com/br/). See, below, actions that the developer understands as toxic:
Harassing, threatening, intimidating, embarrassing, spreading spam or taking any inappropriate action with another player, such as repeatedly sending unwanted messages or making personal attacks or statements about race, sexual orientation, religion, culture, etc. Hate speech messages are also not tolerated.
Publish, post, upload or distribute any content that EA determines to be "inappropriate, abusive, hateful, offensive, profane, defamatory, threatening, obscene, sexually explicit, infringing, that violates someone's privacy, vulgar, indecent or illegal". The developer informs that he will act reasonably and objectively to judge the content of these contents.
A player who destabilizes or interferes with the use of an EA Service from another player will be considered toxic. This includes actions such as destabilizing the normal flow of a game, the game's chat or a dialogue within an EA Service. The use of vulgar or provocative language, aggressiveness, those who speak by shouting (typing in capital letters) excessively and sending spam messages will be considered.
(Contributed by Salazar.Cien)