Temtem Bans Over 900 Users for Cheating Permanently

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Crema, Temtem’s developer has announced that the company has banned over 900 users for cheating. The company has found a large number of users who have exploited their terms and conditions and legal policies. As a result, they have banned all the users from accessing it.

What’s surprising here is Crema has also added that they will not review any kind of appeal from the banned users. All of the banned accounts are now gone forever. They have been banned permanently and there’s no any way left to recover them.

After receiving feedback from the gaming industry, the company has taken off its decision to not reviewing the appeals from the users. So by now, users who got banned from the access of this game can now ask them to remove their ban.

Crema has further said that they will receive an appeal from the users whoever wants to and will review their appeals. They have made an official statement regarding this specific review part of the appeals received from the banned users. The company took to Twitter to share this statement. Here’s the embedded tweet which you can follow:

Temtem is currently reviewing the accounts of the users who are exploiting their rules and regulations and other legal policies set for them. They are regularly updating their steps on Twitter via their official Twitter handle. You can follow some more statements made by Crema through the official Temtem’s Twitter handle. Check the embedded tweet now!

To recall the memory, Temtem is a Pokemon-inspired MMO which is recently released for Steam users on the Steam’s platform. Players’ duty is to catch the Temtem from the real virtual world and train them to conquer the region. The gameplay is very simple yet it is very exciting and lets you spend hours of time by hooking up with it.

The game has received positive feedback from the users who are really enjoying the new atmosphere of the game with colorful characters and beautiful environment all around. We will receive more updates from Crema in the coming days.

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