With the NHL season now underway, we'd like to take a while to remind everyone about the rules of the game and introduce you to some actions we'll be taking to address cheating in NHL 15 and Hockey Ultimate Team.
Though they are a minority amidst our fans, cheaters disrupt the gameplay experience and enjoyment for genuine NHL fans in several ways. These include things like overloading servers, phishing and compromising other player accounts, and participating in the unauthorized exchange of online currency.
It's time for us to draw a clear and strong line against cheaters who adversely impact the NHL and Hockey Ultimate Team experience for our online players.
COIN BUYING AND PROVIDING
Buying and selling hut coins is not authorized and amounts to cheating in Hockey Ultimate Team. The promotion of coin advertising websites is also against our Terms of Support.
Buying coins, selling cash, or promoting Coin Selling violates our Tos and, if caught, will cause an HUT account bar (or even a full EA account ban), either immediately or after a warning or Hockey Final Team reset. Engaging in these activities can cause your entire HUT Group, HUT account, and NHL 15 online access being banned.
The following traces the banning process for accounts that violate our Terms of Service.
If you believe you were wrongfully banned, you can dispute your ban here.
RISKS OF BUYING CASH
Some gamers choose to buy nhl 17 coins in order to gain an top hand in Hockey Greatest Team. However, buying money diminishes the enjoyment of HUT for all players, creates an unfair advantage, and impacts the balance of the game.
Participating in coin buying can be unsafe. Some coin retailers have been found to be involved in scam and account compromise activities. Our company is not and never have been affiliated with any coin seller or coin selling websites, and cannot take responsibility for your personal information being compromised consequently of any transaction you undertake with these sites.