Apparently Blizzard is using their Banhammer
liberally. Duce approves.
Meanwhile in China, Blizzard and partner NetEase have been swinging the banhammer like a Reinhardt surrounded by Tracers that have finally, mercifully been frozen by a Mei ult, thank the pluperfect heavens. Earlier today, they announced a 1572-person ban wave. Not only that, they revealed the username of everybody who’d been banned. Savage.
In case it wasn’t already apparent, the moral of the story is pretty simple here: Don’t cheat. Don’t “experiment” with cheat tools. Don’t cheat in a box or with a fox. Don’t even think about cheating. If you have an issue with sleepwalking and have been known to shamble to your PC and type the words “Overwatch hacks” into Google, start wearing oven mitts to bed. Or, if that strikes you as uncomfortable, maybe just cut off your hands. If you find yourself cornered by an alligator in a Florida bog and think that soothingly tapping out “Overwatch hacks” on your phone repeatedly might calm it, remember that alligators are generally docile, so you probably deserve the mauling you’re about to receive. If a bomb’s about to detonate and you think the code to disarm it might be “Overwatch hacks,” you’re probably wrong.
Think that covers all the bases. Have I made myself clear?
^That's my approval face, too