A recent policy change in the World of Warcraft EULA has made the long-standing practice of multi-boxing or mirroring against the Blizzard terms of service. This new change, effective immediately […]
A recent policy change in the World of Warcraft EULA has made the long-standing practice of multi-boxing or mirroring against the Blizzard terms of service.
This new change, effective immediately will see those using such software lose access to their accounts.
In a statement on the Blizzard website, they posted the following:
On November 3, 2020, we posted an update to our policy for input broadcasting software, and soon thereafter, we began taking action against accounts found to be using third party software to automatically mirror keystrokes to multiple game clients. We find that, like full automation of play, multiple-account mirroring disturbs the gameplay experience for the vast majority of players who control a single account at a time.
We will now additionally prohibit the use of all software and hardware mechanisms to mirror commands to multiple World of Warcraft accounts at the same time, or to automate or streamline multi-boxing in any way. Players found to be in violation of this policy are subject to account actions. These actions can include warnings, account suspensions and, if necessary, permanent closure of the player’s World of Warcraft account(s), as activities which effectively replicate automated gameplay are contrary to the terms and conditions of the Blizzard End-User License Agreement (EULA).
We urge all players to cease using any means of mirroring gameplay across multiple WoW accounts immediately, in order to maintain uninterrupted access to World of Warcraft.