For the past few months, the G-Loot Customer Success team has been running a series of initiatives focused on player protection within G-Loot. Part of this has involved investigating how certain users may be exploiting the G-Loot system.
The team has investigated a number of flagged players over several weeks, tracking game data, account activity, and behavior. They were able to determine that a small number of users had been artificially manipulating their stats to give themselves an unfair advantage during G-Loot challenges.
"The whole point of G-Loot is to add extra fun to your games," said Peter Edenberg, head of Player Success at G-Loot. "By trying to exploit the system this way, these people are ruining the experience for honest players. We can't let that happen."
The Player Success team will be banning those already known to be exploiters, as well as employing new methods to detect unfair play based on G-Loot's extensive game and behavior data. It is hoped that this new system will help boost the confidence of other players, allowing everyone to join challenges, certain that those who don't play fair are not welcome on the platform.