Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Instantly Bans Players for Using Hate Speech and Racism

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege

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“Fighting against toxicity and cleaning up the Siege environment is a very real and important issue.” – Ubisoft

You better be careful what you say, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege players. Ubisoft takes seriously in banning players in using hate speech, homophobic slurs, and racist comments in text chat. Players who use hate speech will be banned automatically with the first offense of 30 minutes. Ubisoft has confirmed to PC Gamer via email the new banning system.

According to Ubisoft, toxicity management is a priority for the publishers to focus on for the next years. It monitored the frequent use of racial and homophobic slurs. Because of this, Ubisoft banned players depending on how extreme the offense. It might take two days, seven days, 15 days or even permanent ban from the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege game.

Here’s a part of the Code of Conduct from Ubisoft.

Any language or content deemed illegal, dangerous, threatening, abusive, obscene, vulgar, defamatory, hateful, racist, sexist, ethically offensive or constituting harassment is forbidden. – via Ubisoft

Here are some of the recent complains from the players to Ubisoft on Twitter.

Following the recent complains from the banned players from Twitter, Ubisoft confirmed to PC Gamer that the publisher implemented the new banning system. The player is not allowed to join any Rainbow Six Siege games including the custom games if he/she is banned from the game for 27 minutes (officially, this must be in 30 minutes). On second and third offenses, the ban period lasts for 2 hours. If there’s a third offense, Ubisoft will investigate the player’s account that could lead to a permanent ban as per Six Siege Code of Conduct.

Ubisoft updated its Code of Conduct via a blog. Here are the some of the forbidden conducts.

Forbidden Conducts
  • Harassing or bullying other players via verbal or written communications.
  • Any language or content deemed illegal, dangerous, threatening, abusive, obscene, vulgar, defamatory, hateful, racist, sexist, ethically offensive or constituting harassment.
  • Impersonation of any other player or Ubisoft employee.
  • Any conduct which interrupts the general flow of Gameplay in the Game client, forum, or any other Ubisoft medium.
  • Verbal or written abuse targeted toward a Ubisoft employee.
  • Use of macros.
  • Any attempt to edit, corrupt or change Game or server code. Any such behavior will result in the immediate cancellation of the account, and may even give rise to personal liability and/or penal penalties.
  • Use of third-party hacking, cheating or botting clients.
  • The purchase of in Game benefits, including but not limited to “MMR boosting services” from unlicensed vendors, as well as the promotion of such services. – via Ubisoft

Many of the players agree with Ubisoft. However, some of the players oppose Ubisoft‘s implementation. What can you say on Ubisoft‘s move Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege players?

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is a tactical shooter video game. It was released in PS4, XONE and PC last December 1, 2015. And, we have available stocks for this one. Click the button below to buy yours now!


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