None of these answered my question. I didn’t ask if multiboxxing was banned or not. You’re allowed to run multiple accounts at the same time but Blizzard didn’t define multiboxxing as “mirrored keystrokes to multiple game clients” directly nor did they define what “playing” is.
Playing multiple accounts at the least means I can simply, have the game clients running at the same time and manually switching between them to play. Obviously who would do that with 10 accounts? Some would, but that’s why we’re still confused.
According to Blizzard, I’m multiboxing if I have multiple computers with the game clients running separately on them. Thats it. Thats multiboxxing. To multibox you don’t need to mirror keystrokes.
There are a few points of confusion that needs clarification because some people were asking if hardware was still bannable. There is no definitive answer for if Hardware and Software is considered the same under the policy of “Input Broadcasting Software”.
Please note, however, that use of input broadcasting software may result in account penalties.
So now we know that strictly speaking, Blizzard only confirmed “running multiple accounts is permitted” but not “Input Broadcasting Software”. We don’t have clarification if Hardware is considered under the definition of “Input Broadcasting Software”. Obviously it says Software but then there were other statements made about “mirroring keystrokes”.
If Blizzard would just clarify if “using hardware to mirror keystrokes between multiple game clients” is now bannable or still permitted, directly, that would solve the issue. Right now we don’t have a clarification on hardware.
So it goes back to my original post, is hardware that mirrors keystrokes to multiple WoW clients bannable under the policy update to Input Broadcasting Software?