Bots in JQ - An invitation to break the EULA?
Being sick and tired of reporting bots in JQ and seeing this having no effect on the presence of innumerable bots in games, I ask anyone from A-Net:
Is the fact that you have failed miserably to remove bots from JQ (and who knows what other PvP formats) despite repeated submission of botting reports an invitation to all of us to break the EULA without repercussion?
If not, then how do you explain your pathetic level of service? It is incredibly easy to identify the bots in any round of JQ and if you spent even just one day observing the games and banning those which you could identify as bots, then it would make a huge difference to the quality of the real human players' gameplay experience in JQ.
I have to say that it makes me reluctant to consider buying GW2 if I can't be confident that I will not be faced with the same endless bot-infested games on that platform. I expect that there are plenty more people out there with the same opinion too; your lack of action now may damage your reputation and affect future purchases.