Online Gaming Etiquette ยูฟ่า สุดยอดแพลตฟอร์ม iGaming ของไทย is a set of unwritten rules that players follow to keep their gaming experience fun, safe and friendly. It’s important that gamers, especially kids, understand the importance of following these rules as they help to create a gaming environment where everyone feels welcome and safe.
Just like in real life, gamers should never give out personal information (such as their name or address) while playing online games. This is because criminals can use this information to steal their identity or hack into their game accounts. It’s also important to think about the amount of information that is shared in in-game chat and consider erring on the side of sharing less.
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While the communication style of gamers varies, they should always be respectful and patient when talking to other gamers. It’s also important to avoid using offensive language or spamming the chat. For example, a troll may think it’s funny to flood a game text or voice chat with text, emojis and music but for most people it will be annoying.
It’s also important for gamers to be aware of other players’ behavior and avoid playing with cheaters or ‘griefers’ (gamers who get upset about losing a match and disrupt the gameplay for everyone else). It’s recommended that they familiarise themselves with in-game abuse reporting features so that they can report any behaviour that makes them feel uncomfortable. Parents should also talk to their children about the potential for bullying, sexism and other negative behaviors in online gaming. They should also discuss time limits on gaming and how this should be balanced with friends, other activities and school.