Clash of Clans developer drops the ban hammer on cheaters


In continuing to encourage fair play within their community of gaming fans, Clash of Clans developer Supercell today revealed punishments that’ll be doled out to those found using 3rd party software to cheat.

According to the rules, “Accounts found using 3rd party software” have already been banned for two weeks. Following the two-week suspension, any accounts found continuing to utilize 3rd party software will be permanently banned, non-negotiable.

“Please uninstall any related 3rd Party Software now to avoid account suspension,” Supercell warned.

The latest move is the latest in Supercell’s stepping up their commitment to Fair Play, in an effort to provide a level playing field for everyone.

Supercell also considers “bot” and “mod” use as cheating, and encourages players to remove any programs from their devices. With this warning, Supercell also noted this is not a “one time thing” but instead an ongoing initiative designed “to safeguard all games going forward.”

Suck it, cheaters.


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