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Submitted by TheGenkz 172d ago | opinion piece

Toxic Behavior Sets Fire to LoL Chatrooms, Underscoring the Need for Strong Moderation Tools

8CN: Toxic elements have caused Riot Games to completely shut down the public League of Legends chats so that they can be overhauled. The one and only moderation option available to users (a simple "ignore" button) led to chats that, "In their current shape ... just don’t work and can actively create negative experiences for many players (especially new players)." (League of Legends, PC)

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