League of Legends Reveals Tribunal Statistics to Punish or Pardon Reported Players

The League of Legends Tribunal has laid down the law on 1.4% of the player population.

Riot Games announced the player-run justice system known as the Tribunal for League of Legends back in May and since the new system was put in place, players sitting on the Tribunal have punished more than 1.4% of the League of Legends population. ThatÂ’s roughly around 16 million votes.

A new post to the League of Legends website delves more into the statistics of the Tribunal, noting that 50% of those that are punished by the Tribunal reform and improve their behavior. Players of at least level 30 have the option to vote on Tribunal cases that have been reported by other players, which can lead to players being pardoned or even punished with a ban for specific behavior if the Tribunal finds them guilty.

Source: League of Legends Tribunal Records 16 Million Votes

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