Rainbow Six Siege Testing Toxic Player Bans

A tweet from Ubisoft reveals that they are currently testing an option to report toxic behavior in Rainbow Six Siege (thanks MP1ST). This is currently live on the test server, but will presumably come to the live version of the tactical shooter soon enough. A follow-up tweet reassures players they will not be unfairly banned by this, saying, "More info will come out later on how this works, but there will not be automatic ban sanctions. So no one will get trolled into a ban."
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Nov 27, 2017, 08:27
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Warskull wrote on Nov 26, 2017, 14:50:
No, they are testing toxic player reporting. As it stands nothing currently happens from the old report button and there is no reason to expect this will be different.

We can say they are testing bans where there is some evidence they actually do something with the reports.

Last week a member on our Discord channel was suddenly was banned for toxic behavior. He said last time he was like that was a while back, though I doubt it.
Could be that enough screenshots were sent and that was enough for Ubisoft.

Fits the context of this news item. He did mention that he did not get any 3 or 7 days bans before the permaban, but does not matter, I would skip on that too if there is a long history of toxic behaviour.
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