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If you've played Overwatch only to have a game ruined by a fellow player being abusive or antagonistic, you may be happy to hear that the statistics say that kind of behavior is declining -- and it may be due to the new Endorsements and LFG rolled out recently.
Twitch announced an overhaul of its community guidelines and moderation policies this week and clarified its position on a number of behaviors that could cause a streamer to be banned or suspended.
There's nothing wrong with one-tricking in Overwatch -- and if you report someone for it, you might just be the one griefing, according to a post by Overwatch Community Manager Josh Engen.
Overwatch has gotten a bit of a reputation for toxicity.
At this point, it's a known quantity that Overwatch has a toxicity problem.
People have been debating what is and isn't something you can get reported -- and even draw a suspension -- for in Overwatch ever since the new reporting system came into being.