Its not a decision made by a human being.
N reports, some of which are false (or many in the case of players playing less than popular characters), are failed against a player and a player is automatically banned
N may be 100, it may be 25, I have no idea
The enforcement of crystal clear rules is poor
Explain this to me: Lets say I only enjoy playing Torb (not true, but lets say for sake of hypothetical here) and you only enjoy games where there is no Torb on the team (again, just hypothetical) and you tell me to switch, and I ignore your request
at this point, both of us have “interfered with the other players enjoyment of the game”
should we both be banned?
are my rights greater than yours, or vice versa, or what?