Blizzard Brings the Banhammer Down on Over 5,000 StarCraft II Players
Today, Blizzard tooks steps to ensure that the virtual world is a safer place for Protoss, Zerg and Humans everywhere by banning over 5,000 people who violated their end user license agreements by using hacks or mods in real-time strategy game StarCraft II.
Here is the full statement from the Battle.net website:
Well, you can't say that Blizzard didn't warn you. More than two weeks ago, the company made its stance on unsportsman-like conduct perfectly clear, saying they take cheating in any form very seriously and that those caught doing so would be permanently banned from the game. Now, it looks like Blizzard is making good on its promise.