How to Report a Cheater or a Player for Abuse in FIFA 21?

Do you want to report a Cheater or a Player for Abuse and Harassment in FIFA 21? You came to the right place. We explain here step by step how you can do it, so you and other players stay safe.

 

How to Report a Cheater or a Player for Abuse and Harassment in FIFA 21

Step by Step Guide

When you sign up for your EA Account, you agree to play by fair rules. These rules help keep FIFA fair and fun for everyone. If you face someone that doesn’t play by the rules, you can report him. You can also report abusive behaviours or contents that breaks EA rules. By these ones we mean something which is harmful, offensive, defamatory, obscene, harassing, threatening, hateful, degrading, intimidating or discriminatory in any way.

How to Report Someone
1. Click here;
2. Choose the game that you have a concern about (FIFA 21);
3. Choose the platform you’re playing on;
4. Choose ‘Report concerns or harassment’;
5. Select ‘Report player’;
6. Click ‘Select contact option’;
7. Enter your name and email address and describe your issue.

How to Report Club names and Squad names in FUT
1. Pause the match;
2. Open the Players List;
3. Select the player’s Online ID that you want to report;
4. Select ‘Report Offensive Content in FUT’;
5. Select ‘Report offensive Club name’.

How to Report Squad names and Avatar names in VOLTA
1. Pause the match;
2. Open the Players List;
3. Select the player’s Online ID that you want to report;
4. Select ‘Report Abuse’;
5. Choose what you’re reporting:
Report Squad Name
Report Avatar Name.

How to Report Club names and Avatar names in Pro Clubs
1. Pause the match;
2. Open the Players List;
3. Select the player’s Online ID that you want to report;
4. Select ‘Report Abuse’;
5. Select ‘Report offensive Avatar Name’.

How to Report on Your Console
If you found a cheater or a player who has sent you harassing messages in a chat on PlayStation or Xbox, you can report him directly to PlayStation and Xbox.

How to Report a Cheater or a Player for Abuse in FIFA 21?

Games are meant to be fun – they create a space where people can imagine, explore and connect without barriers. However, harassment is an unfortunate reality in the world today.

If you ever are harassed or feel threatened by a player when playing, discussing or interacting with FIFA, please report it. There are multiple ways to report harassment – in-game via your console, online to the specific site where the toxic behaviour happened (e.g. Twitter), or to the EA Help team at help.ea.com. When reporting harassment, you’ll be asked a series of questions that will aid them in handling the issue. This will include the type of incident (real-life threat, player, website), a basic description of the incident, the platform it occurred, time and place and any other details you can provide (such as screenshots). There also have fields where players can report incidents at EA events or with EA partner programs, such as our Game Changers. For partner programs, in particular, EA expect anyone who works with or represents them to adhere to our standards and values. If incidents do occur, they will investigate and work with EA’s Trust and Safety team on appropriate actions, which could include expulsion from programs or permanent removal from all EA games and services.

Due to the sensitive nature of these inquiries, EA can’t always disclose information about their investigation or what actions they take on another player’s account due to privacy reasons. But rest assured that these reports are reviewed by real, human employees. EA take each one seriously and start a review within 24 hours of receiving each report. No matter where someone is from or what they look like, video games should be a safe place for people to have fun. There is no room for a cheater in FIFA 21.

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