Niantic Introduces New Three-Stroke Policy to Fight Pokém GO Cheats

In a blog post this week, Niantic introduced a new three-step policy for Pokém GO cheats. The policy explains that players who cheat will receive a series of punishments, gradually increasing the gravity …

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Thanks to the three strikes system, Pokém GO cheats will first receive a warning associated with a reduced gaming experience:

  • You may not be able to encounter rare Pokém in the wild. These Pokém may not appear the map or the nearby Pokém tracker.
  • You may be excluded from receiving new EX Raid Passes.

The first strike will last 7 days, after which the game will return to its normal form.

After a secd strike, however, Niantic takes things e step further. Users will lose access to their Pokém GO account for 30 days, unable to access any part of the game:

If your account receives a secd warning, you will temporarily lose access to your Pokém GO account. When you try to sign in to the game, you receive a message stating that your account is suspended. You will not be able to bypass this message.

Last but not least, a third strike means that Niantic will completely and permanently ban your Pokém GO account. While Niantic says that there is a calling policy, its detecti is very accurate and "very few terminatis are ever canceled".

As far as cheating is ccerned, Niantic's policy is that any behavior that violates the Pokém GO's Terms of Use and Training …

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