Manual bans are put in place for players that fail to follow our rules or behave poorly on our servers.
Server admins have the right to remove anyone whom they feel may be disruptive to game play or those who through present or past behaviour are not suited to our environment. We are under no obligation to justify the actions taken, nor will we engage in discussion on the kicks/bans imposed, with the exception of appeals or a simple clarification of any action taken.
J4F monitor player reports on the OffWorld Industries discord and we will add these players to our ban list.Anyone player who accumulates 3 or more bans on J4F will be banned permanently from all our servers.
OWI publish an FAQ for player bans - access it by clicking here.
Bans..... How do they work ?
The Squad game operates three automatic levels of player banning,
EAC, Steam and OWI bans - we have no control or input into any of these. Click on the icons for more information.
The community ban list - CLICK HERE is a service that collects bans from multiple game servers and allows server owners to set weights against these bans - Current, expired, nature of ban, length, age etc.
J4F will assign our own criteria to players who have been banned on different servers and we may withhold access to our game servers for players with multiple and/or serious bans.
The easiest way to remedy this is to visit https://communitybanlist.com find which servers you have been banned on and appeal the bans directly with the banning organisations. If you get your bans removed or reduced then there is a good chance that our weighting system will allow you to join J4F servers.
You can appeal directly to us, but this will be more involved and require you to get the banning organisation to provide us with the information regarding your ban(s). We will treat each case on merit.
To find out what bans you have recorded against you visit https://communitybanlist.com/banned and enter your Steam ID - that will tell you which organisations have banned you and the status of those bans.