Cheaters

Reports

This report system is entirely community made, stats5 is not affiliated with Blizzard Entertainment.

With cheaters being encountered on a daily basis, it's hard to determine whether someone is cheating. stats5 provides you with the tools to search and report cheaters. We take reports very seriously and have a strict system in place to ensure those being marked as cheaters are with evidence beyond reasonable doubt.

We are transparent with our report system. All audits of the process are publicly available, including evidence submitted.

How to Report

Reporting a player is really simple. You will first need complete the following before being eligible:

  1. Register an account on stats5.
  2. Link your battle.net account to stats5.

You'll only have to do the above once and it only takes a few minutes. As reports are forwarded to Blizzard Entertainment, you should use the battle.net account that you were playing on when reporting.

Next, search for the account you want to report. Once you have found their profile, click on the flag as shown in the image. You will then be redirected to a report form.

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FAQ

How can I see my report?

You will be redirected to your report after submitting. You can view it once it finishes processing.

Why was my report rejected?

You can find the reason as to why you report was rejected next to the "Status" tag.

How can I get someone's battle tag?

Any battle tag, even those you cannot type, can be retrieved as long as you have recently been in a game with the player. Follow the steps below to retrieve their battle tag:

  • Go to "Social" -> "Recent Players".
  • Right-click the player -> "Block".
  • Open the Battle.net App. Click "Options" (above Play button) -> "Game Settings".
  • A pop-up menu will appear. Click "Friends & Chat" -> "View Block List".
  • Finally, click on the player and press Ctrl + C on your keyboard. Their battle tag can now be pasted with Ctrl + V.

I can't find their battle tag.

If a player has just changed their name, it is likely they won't appear in the search.