A guy claims he has "ban immunity" because he never accepted the Summoner's Code

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Fight Spice

Senior Member

11-17-2012

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Originally Posted by Not5id View Post
Seeing as how you have to accept an EULA and ToU each and every patch, yes he did agree to it. The Summoner's Code is part of those two documents.

Also, Riot can legally ban anyone for whatever the hell they feel like, with no explanation or reason.
Courts/judges have ruled against game companies that try to do something completely irrational.

Like banning someone after they buy like $300 worth of ingame money for no reason, etc.


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QC Sniper

Member

11-17-2012

You accepted the term and condition when you installed AND each time an update is up.


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msgerbs

Senior Member

11-17-2012

The EULA says they can ban anybody at any time for anything. Or for nothing. He's bull****ting.


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Malgana

Senior Member

11-17-2012

lol..."Legally they cannot ban me"

The EULA that he accepted in order to even log in, which technically isn't the summoner's code but still holds a person who agreed to it to what it states, blatantly points out that Riot can ban your account for ANY REASON AT ALL if they want to.
Hell, Riot could just say "I don't like you" and ban you if they wanted to, it's all in the EULA.


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Buk Lau

Senior Member

11-17-2012

as they say, 1600-1800 is the worst bracket in lol.


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tempnameA461

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11-18-2012

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Originally Posted by LittleFishXD View Post
as they say, 1600-1800 is the worst bracket in lol.
I thought it was 0-1900?


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DianasGotSwag

Senior Member

11-18-2012

@ OP: What he says is bollocks. Carry on.


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Riot Terablo

Systems Administrator

11-18-2012
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Malgana's explanation is pretty good.

There is no such thing as a ban immunity, for no one. As such you should, if you have good reason to, report the player and outline your reasoning for the Tribunal to cast a vote.


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RIP Toyz

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11-18-2012

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Originally Posted by Terablo View Post
Malgana's explanation is pretty good.

There is no such thing as a ban immunity, for no one. As such you should, if you have good reason to, report the player and outline your reasoning for the Tribunal to cast a vote.
no juannnnnnnnnn is safeeeeeeeeeee


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WukongBR

Senior Member

11-18-2012

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Originally Posted by Terablo View Post
Malgana's explanation is pretty good.

There is no such thing as a ban immunity, for no one. As such you should, if you have good reason to, report the player and outline your reasoning for the Tribunal to cast a vote.
But what exactly is happening in this particular case; where the guy started playing before he was made to accept the Summoner's Code?