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How to report a Violator


Chat Violation

The in-game chat can sometimes be an irritating place. There are players who fail to control their emotions or there are others who will deliberately violate the game rules. What should you do in case you find yourself bothered by such actions from other players? First, you should make sure not to follow their steps, of course. The rest is explained below.

  • Make sure that the player you want to report is clearly violating the Game Rules.
  • You will need to collect evidence. The best evidence when it comes to In-game chat violation is a screenshot. The quality of the screenshot should allow the administration/ staff team to clearly see/read the nicknames of every player in the battle.
  1. Provide a full, uncut, and unedited screenshot. (Guide on How to Post a Screenshot)
  2. The nickname of the violator should be easily readable in the screenshot.
  • You will need to create a new topic in the “Chat Violations” section on our forum.
  1. In the description of the topic, you will need to specify the nickname of the violator and attach the evidence (you can upload it on the forum or post a link to the screenshot)
  2. You will need to also specify the nature of the violation (for example: Player1 - foul language, Player2 - scamming).

For additional details and nuances, please refer to the Chat Violation Section Rules, on our forum.

Game Violations

If you encounter a hacker/cheater in a battle, you can report the violator on our forum, by creating a topic in an according subforum and attach the evidence you’ve collected. For a start, you will need to be absolutely sure that the player is indeed breaking the Game Rules. We recommend that you check the Game Rules again, just to be sure.

I found a hacker/cheater! What do I do?

Helpful topics: How to record a video

You will need to record a video and take into account the followings:

  • The quality of the video must allow the administration to read the nicknames of both the violator and the rest of the players in the battle, as well as their ranks.
  1. The video must not be edited.
  2. The length of the video must not exceed 5 minutes.
  3. Next, you need to upload the video on YouTube. Click here to read a guide on how to do that.
  1. Make sure to provide your evidence in the topic (in this case the link to the uploaded video) and additional details if available.

Sabotage and fixed matches

Sabotage is defined by a player’s deliberate inactivity or taking actions aimed at hindering the performance of the allied team, thus helping the enemy team.

  • You will need to record a video and take into account the followings:
  1. Actions or inaction aimed at hindering the performance of the allied team. The length of the video must be between 5 and 10 minutes. You will also need to show the statistics of the battle in the video (the TAB key).
  2. Match fixing. The length of the video must be between 5 and 10 minutes. You will need to record the match fixing evidence a couple of times (moments such as, doesn’t attack the enemy, roaming in the enemy base with the enemy flag without being attacked, and so on). You will also need to show the statistics of the battle in the video (the TAB key). Additionally, we ask that you add the nicknames of every player that you believe took part in the match fixing case, in the description of the topic. This will speed up the investigation.
  3. Sabotage. When recording a video as evidence for a sabotage case, the player that records the video does not have the right to violate the game rules himself. Every sabotage report will be considered in the light of all the participants in that battle, without exception.
  4. We recommend that you don’t describe the events in the most favorable light for you. Such moments can become alarming and can only lead to a delay in making a decision on the report. We only need evidence and important details.
  • Next, you need to upload the video on YouTube. Click here to read a guide on how to do that.
  • After you’ve uploaded the video, you will need to create a new post in the Game Violations section on our forum.

Make sure to provide evidence in the topic (in this case the link to the uploaded video) and additional details if available.

Violations on our Social Media pages

It is important to know that the Tanki X Game Rules and EULA, that can be found on our Official Website, are applied to our social media pages as well.

Every message that violates the game rules are deleted. The violator can be temporarily or permanently blocked on any of the Tanki X social media pages.

A player can contest a block only a week or more after it was issued. Every contestation will be reviewed by the Tanki X EN Community Manager, Artcore.