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League of Legends - Riot May Bring Back a ban System Similar to Tribunal

Published: 06:59, 12 November 2022
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The Tribunal was a system introduced in May 2011 by Riot Games to help discipline players and keep the community in check with the help of their peers, and is one of the most requested features to return.

MMR or MatchMaking Rating is a number used by League of Legends to represent a player's skill level. It's a system Riot Games took over from chess of all things, and adapted it to the League of Legends ranked.

Riot Games have announced the changes to MMR are coming during the Preseason 2023 , and now we are finally seeing some first moves taken towards that promise.

One of the changes are geared toward the League Partnership Program. It's a program for influential streamers, who cooperate with Riot Games.

Now, said streamers will have handlers to whom they can report inting allies to, or those they suspect are abusing League systems, or are making illegal bets and soft-inting games, as we've seen recently.

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Riot Games have confirmed that around 70% of offenders have already been punished in some shape or form, for their in-game behavior.

This type of behavior regulation is similar to the Tribunal. The Tribunal was a system introduced in May 2011 by Riot Games to help discipline players and keep the community in check with the help of their peers.

With the Tribunal, players could review games and vote on punishing players that were reported, and the same is now the case, only it's RIot employees. In any case, actual humans are doing the job, instead of an algorithm.

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