Blizzard has confirmed that a ban wave has gone out ahead of World of Warcraft’s Eternity’s End update. While account sharing was the primary target of the banning spree, some confusion has arisen as a few players have been served real-money trading ban notices “in error”.

Following some confusion on Reddit and WoW’s forums, A Blizzard customer support employee called Orlyia has confirmed that the ban wave went out yesterday (February 21). However, there’s been a bit of a mix-up. “Unfortunately, some initially received an RMT notice in error,” they say. “The second they would have received would have been the one that was applied. I do apologise for any confusion this may have caused. As others have mentioned, this action wasn’t necessarily from recent activity. If you’d wish to have this action reviewed, you’ll want to submit an appeal ticket.”

In response to a player question about a separate ban wave about account sharing, Orlyia shares that, from their understanding, the offence was actually the main thrust of the banning spree that led to various erroneous RMT notices.

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