PSA: Names during ExileCon Qualifier Races
Exactly. There is a perceivable volume of inappropriate players out there that GGG seems to turn a blind eye too, even after reporting. So it's weird that one one hand GGG says they don't condone this behavior (in the contexts of events) but on the other, allow and passively condone ToS violations. It's inconsistent at best.
I could go on about the specific curation and attraction of negative influences in the context of gaming community environments.. but at this point, such feedback is wholly ignored and moot. Oh well.
Yet another unpaid Path of Exile 2 Alpha Tester.
Last edited by TwentyFiveEX on May 25, 2023, 7:32:04 PM
on May 25, 2023, 7:30:33 PM
GGG has long been a company to let you say what you want, name things what want unless it is egregious or offensive enough to someone that they report it.
When it comes to PR, and them putting their brand front and center to as many people as possible, they /*gasp*/ don't want to appear to sponsor/condone folks with purposefully attention grabbing names of that sort.
It should not be hard for you folks to see that this is for the best on both accounts.
Companies like...well i won't mention specifics...that have active filters are honestly terrible. There are severe issues with saying that the name of an entire culture of people is a bad word, just because people will use it in an unseeming way. It is more that one they do this with btw. Think about that for a second. You...being from xyz place, means your entire heritage is seen as obscene...by the obscenity police.
This is a simple example of why (very gladly) GGG has been this way.