Riot Games asserts it is 'making behavioral systems count more' in League of Legends and 'modifying its approach' to poor player conduct to directly impact your experience
These modifications will have immediate effects on your experience and boost our community.
Hana 'imTamMonster' Dinh, product lead for behavioral systems, states on the official website, 'I am aware that many of you have been frustrated with the lack of advancement in Behavioral Systems over the past few years.' 'I am aware that many of you are unhappy with the lack of progress in Behavioral Systems.' You have emphasized the significance of this location on several occasions. In addition, I concur with your viewpoint. This is why I'm here today to discuss the upgrades that will mark the beginning of Riot's new strategy for approaching this market in 2022.
According to the research, just five percent of users are 'consistently disruptive,' indicating that the rest ninety-five percent of players are normal gamers who get skewed periodically. Riot, on the other hand, has stated that the modifications it has been making to the detection and punishment systems have not had enough of an effect.
According to what is left of the post, Champ Select's reporting has been inadequate, resulting in 'loss of faith.' Riot says that it has been monitoring these concerns, but that it has 'failed to carry out the stated consequences for them.' In a 'very soon' patch, however, a connection will be formed between problematic Champ Select complaints and punishments.
We are also concerned about verbal harassment, which impacts the majority of players,' Dinh stated. This is something we are investigating. 'We are currently engaged in a number of intriguing projects, one of which is an update to more complex models to enhance the detection of verbal abuse. We anticipate this market to grow up to ten times its current size. Verbal abuse is pervasive and frequently results in other disruptive behaviors. Despite not being immediately reflected in game statistics such as KDA, it is a significant contributor to these issues.
Riot has admitted that it has 'failed to update' Honor 2.0 and that it has 'fell short of [players'] expectations' to date. As a result, the team is developing a system that would both reward and punish very gifted players.
This indicates that in the future, 'Honor 5' players who participate in the End-of-Season Incentive Program will be eligible to receive a special skin.
The message concludes by stating that the only person who can prevent you from acting disruptively when frustrated is yourself.
It is possible for each of us to assist these algorithms by simulating the type of opponent we wish to face, especially in Ranked. Even though I am aware that it is not always simple, I am also aware that even the most flawless protocols cannot prevent all instances of undesirable behavior.
Because it is not merely a matter of constructing instruments to influence human behavior. Additionally, it involves the individuals who participate in the game. This section emphasizes you. Additionally, the fact that you are reading this indicates that you care about the condition of our neighborhood.