WoW community for some time in the past

  • As a result of an "increasing disruption to the gaming experience" Blizzard has updated World of Warcraft 's end-user license agreement to ban organizations that promote and provide in-game boosts and other services.

    Accounts that are found to be associated in a number of organizations that promote organized boosting and especially those with multiple servers, are now able to be suspended or permanently banned.

    "We recommend all these organizations to stop conducting business in World of Warcraft immediately, so that we can ensure continuous access to the game." WoW community manager Kaivax writes in an official article on the game's forums.

    While groups that are organized for "boosting community" are now banned, the post makes clear that individuals or even in-game guilds may still utilize the chat channel in the game to buy or sell game services in exchange for gold.

    Boosting has been a hot discussion in The WoW community for some time in the past, with players questioning whether the game is essentially "pay-to-win" as buy WOW WoTLK Classic Gold players are able to just buy gold through purchasing trading WoW tokens directly from Blizzard. Gold can then be used to purchase boosts purchased from players or professionals offering boosts and can also include carrying through the endgame, such as raids or even more difficult Mythicor dungeons.