The blocking of accounts violating Lien Quan has created many opinions in the gaming community.
As mentioned, in just one day 7/7, Lien Quan locked more than 1,500 violating accounts. This is certainly not the final number and does not represent all players who are violating the policies of this game. That’s just the tip of an iceberg, where the sink is… very deep.
One of the tricks of this game’s smuggling
It is worth mentioning that, of the more than 1,500 infringing accounts, most (if not almost all) are locked for illegal loading. Talking about the problem of illegal loading in the Lien Quan, there are many ways and it has been around for a long time, not just recently.
Lien Quan is also ready to acquit about 1,200 accounts of “first-time” violations on the condition that they refund the money these players have illegally loaded. Of course, with the remaining 300 accounts under the category of “repeated violations”, they will not receive this opportunity.
Lien Quan’s locking of 1,500 offending accounts in early July brought mixed reactions to the gaming community. Most people think why are more “dangerous” causes such as using cheat software to create imbalances in the game that are not handled.
Originally, players who cheated in the League of Legends should have been punished much more severely. However, it is also important to remember that this game has, is and will exist thanks to the resources from the gamers themselves. Illegal loading will have a big impact on the revenue of the product, hindering the operation of this game.
Cheating in the Alliance
In the long run, if all Lien Quan gamers are smuggled, the fate of this game is afraid that it will not last long. That is dangerous in the long run, not in the short term like using cheat software in the game. However, it is hoped that Lien Quan will continue to handle these accounts, just like players who load illegally.