I know this is against the ToS. It is clearly something which Blizzard can ban players for when applying the rules as they are written, especially the part that reveals the map.
I have never used this program because I am worried about being banned however it is clearly very popular and there are a lot of youtubers and streams who use it. I would love to try it, it looks really informative, and whilst I am very much against the map revealing side of it, the numbers to me seem like a harmless way of checking your progress. Imagine a casual who sees one of these popular streams, decides to pay for, download and play the game as they have seen online, assuming something so public must be ok, only to be banned.
A simple question
Are players actually banned for using TurboHud? Or is it usually another offence such as that Bot that is available?
On that front too, why is there not a detector built into the launcher for such things? Sure the criminals will circumvent it, but it would at least significantly reduce the number of botters through it being more difficult to achieve and also just the fear factor of having a big brightly coloured cheat detector in the launcher.