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@Lyte - Instabans

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ToxicRatt

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01-31-2013

Addressing someone curious if the new system will instaban the "wrong players", Lyte said:

"The current system on PBE will start off conservative, then ramp up in aggressiveness over time. We are going to manually review the data from the initial bans until we are confident that the system has an extremely high accuracy in the 99% range--once we reach that mark, we will loosen up the manual review over every ban.'

How about aiming for 99% on the Live servers by revamping/reworking the Tribunal?


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ToxicRatt

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01-31-2013

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01-31-2013

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RQ Kiwi

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01-31-2013

You have an identical thread already in the tribunal forums. What is the point of this one.


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mambawarrior0

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01-31-2013

They already have well over 99% accuracy on the live Tribunals. They don't need to aim for such high accuracy on PBE, so they only want to go for around 99%.


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Duke Br0heimer

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01-31-2013

The funny part is they wouldn't have to do all this extra work if they just had been a little more selective regarding who they let onto the PTR. The testing experience is a joke.


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