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Blizzard bans 74,000 World of Warcraft Classic botters

Blizzard has banned 74,000 World of Warcraft Classic botters, but admitted it faces an uphill challenge in fending off cheaters.

WOW Classic has been beset by bots for months now, with players complaining to Blizzard that they’re ruining the game and its virtual economy. There’s a great article over at Wired that digs into WOW Classic’s botting problem.

Now, Blizzard has taken the unusual step of detailing its battle against WOW Classic botters with a forum post that revealed during the last month in the Americas, Oceania and Europe regions, the company has closed or suspended over 74,000 WOW accounts that were found to be in violation of its End-User License Agreement.

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