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World of Tanks | How To Report Players IN GAME!!! Game Play guide Tutorial How to learn to
the only way to get WG to deal with people acting like Ar*eholes in game is to report them IN GAME AS IT HAPPENS.
Here is how to do it—
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+ginvr I know what is with that, i report how people can help – according
to WG and people dislike, i mean honestly i hope they remember that the
next time they get team damaged
+Someone_who_is_sad_and_will_die. They will not get a perm ban straight
away. Normally it’s one day, 5 days, a couple of weeks, then perm ban I
+Modern BoreFare Jingles have video about 1 guy who plays over year same
thing harasing players with 40%winrate and 43 wn8 with 38k battles.
+Giloup92 Depends what you report them for.
Reporting for insults: Often ends up in a chat ban (I’ve had a lot of chat
bans, I’m not a very nice person).
If reporting a bot: If bot is a non-premium acc, they might get a ban. If
it’s a premium acc botting WG will probably ignore it (money matters more
than anything to them, so why ban someone giving them money?).
Reporting for unsportsmanlike behaviour: Often leads to a ban if they
investigate it and confirm (I got a 1 day ban for accidental damage a day
later, as some asshole reported me for it…
I didn’t know it is possible to bot. How do you do it ? Do you “plug” a
+Giloup92 Pretty much – You run a special tool that takes over the keyboard
and mouse as soon as you are ingame.
It picks a tank, goes into battle and then plays the game (poorly) for you.
It reads what is on the screen by reading the RAM of the game and “reading”
the game by taking screenshots and using OCR (Image into text) methods.