of Karsten Scholz
On the official WoW forum, Blizzard has informed players that there has been an update to the end-user license agreement. Specifically, the developers are continuing to take action against multiboxers who use multiple accounts at the same time and automatically control characters with the help of software or hardware solutions.

In November 2020, those responsible at Blizzard only had Measures taken to evict multiboxers from the World of Warcraftwho used so-called “input broadcasting” to control the various characters. Last night, Community Manager Kaivax reached out to the community again to present the latest update to the End User License Agreement (EULA). Here are the most important findings from the post:

  • Like the full automation of gaming, for Blizzard, the mirroring of multiple accounts is detrimental to the gaming experience of most people who only use one account at a time.
  • Blizzard therefore now also prohibits the use of hardware or software with which the multiboxer can issue or automate commands to multiple WoW accounts at the same time.
  • Anyone who violates this new EULA must expect a corresponding reaction from Blizzard, which can consist of warnings, time-limited account suspensions and even permanent account closure.

Here is the original text from Kaivax:

On November 3, 2020, we posted an update to our policy for input broadcasting software, and soon thereafter, we began taking action against accounts found to be using third party software to automatically mirror keystrokes to multiple game clients. We find that, like full automation of play, multiple-account mirroring disturbs the gameplay experience for the vast majority of players who control a single account at a time.

We will now additionally prohibit the use of all software and hardware mechanisms to mirror commands to multiple World of Warcraft (buy now 14,99 € ) accounts at the same time, or to automate or streamline multi-boxing in any way. Players found to be in violation of this policy are subject to account actions. These actions can include warnings, account suspensions and, if necessary, permanent closure of the player’s World of Warcraft account(s), as activities which effectively replicate automated gameplay are contrary to the terms and conditions of the Blizzard End-User License Agreement (EULA).

We urge all players to cease using any means of mirroring gameplay across multiple WoW accounts immediately, in order to maintain uninterrupted access to World of Warcraft.

What do you think of this new measure against multiboxers? Let us know in the comments!

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