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9/3/2019 1:36:11 AM
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I accidentally played with a hacker in competitive, is my account in danger of being restricted?

So i was playing comp and kept getting matched with the same few people. We won all of the games we played so they invited me to join their group. i agreed and we flew in to another match. Once we landed i started getting messages from some players on the enemy team saying that the people i had joined were cheating. At first i chalked it up to people just being toxic in comp, but then i started paying more attention to my teammates. One of them clearly was firing a revoker sniper rifle way faster than should've been possible and another seemed to be using some sort of aimbot, as they never missed a headshot. I told the opponents who messaged me that i understood and after the match was over, i left the group and removed them from my friends list. I know for a fact that the enemy team, me, and several other players had reported them for cheating. Now i'm just paranoid that i will be lumped in with them even though i wasn't cheating. I have close to 4000 hours in this franchise and i'd hate to lose it because of the malicious intent of others. Any help or recommendations on what to do from here would be great. Thanks.

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  • Edited by DragonWithin: 9/3/2019 1:46:24 AM
    if you've done everything you could in order to avoid benefiting from the cheater, then you've done all you can do. If you were reported, then it's up to Bungie's team to decide if you did too much or not enough. The BNG accounts won't really respond to requests or 'just in case, should I be worried' posts such as yours, as Bungie doesn't give specifics on what they look for when deciding whether or not to issue bans or restrictions outside of the general guidelines found over on the Destiny Account Restrictions and Banning Policies page at https://www.bungie.net/7_Destiny-Account-Restrictions-and-Banning-Policies/en/Help/Article/11929 So, from here, if you feel you've done everything you could, then that's all you can do. There's nothing more you can do to try and avoid any possible outcomes for something that has already occurred in this instance. Play the game and have fun without worrying about what might happen; if something happens, it'll happen, whether or not you worry, and if it's going to happen, then it's unavoidable, so worrying wouldn't really change the outcome. If nothing happens, then nothing will happen, and you'll be worrying forever, so still best to just play and enjoy the game as you can right now.

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