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Magic Online Conduct Policy

Posted on Apr 07, 2022

As part of Daybreak Games’ dedication to creating safe and accommodating places to play Magic, Magic Online takes violations of the Daybreak Code of Conduct seriously. We know the actions of a few individuals can disrupt that environment, and as an online game, we know the promise of anonymity can further enable harassment and bullying.

Conduct actions available to our Customer Service staff include issuing a warning, muting a player (for a few minutes up to permanently), or account suspension (for a day up to permanently). Lower tolerance thresholds for these conduct paths for both initial and repeated behaviors empower our support representatives to take decisive actions more quickly. Generally, this means that actions taken against accounts in response to conduct issues will be more severe up front, most noticeably in the cases of repeat offenders and threatening behaviors.

Our goal is to ensure that disruptive players are removed from Magic Online as quickly as possible and minimize the impact they have on the rest of the community. Part of that is a zero-tolerance policy on threatening conduct, which will be met with immediate Magic Online account suspension, as well as possible removal from Wizards of the Coast’s Organized Play, and, where appropriate, escalation to law enforcement for investigation.

If a player has had action taken on their account that they feel is unwarranted, they can appeal the result. The process can be found below, and appeals will be escalated to our most senior support representatives for review. Due to the investigative nature of this process, we cannot commit to a firm turnaround time, but we'll strive to be as quick as possible in cases of account suspension.

Beyond updating our policies, we have tools to help players manage their Magic Online experience, including allowing you to opt out of in-game chat altogether.


What gets reported is up to each individual player, but we recommend always reporting any behavior that could be harassment or threatening behavior as soon as it happens. We want to be proactive in dealing with disruptive players, and we need timely and accurate reports to make this happen.


There are three ways to report conduct violations for Magic Online: File a Conduct Report and Block Player


The first way to report bad conduct is filling out the Magic Online Conduct Report Form. This sends a report to our senior support team, who will review it and take the appropriate action. To fill out the form, you'll need to log in with your Daybreak Help account, which uses the same credentials as your Magic Online account.

As you fill out the form, to create the most actionable report, you should include the following information:

If the game is over and you no longer have the game window up, you can go to Account > Game History and find most of the information necessary to create a report.

If the conduct issue didn't happen in a game, please provide a brief description of where it did happen.

We understand that this process takes a few minutes, but it is the most comprehensive way to report conduct and will ensure we can make the best possible decisions. Please note that while we cannot comment on conduct reports and you may not hear back from us regarding your report, we do take reports seriously.


When you're in the client, you can block disruptive or toxic players. A blocked player cannot join your Open Play games, initiate a chat with you, or start or join one of your trades. In addition, you don't see their chat when you are in the same channel (such as if you were paired for a match in a tournament).

To block a player, right click their name in chat (or from the chat participants menu) and select Block.

Blocking a player also lets you select a reason the player was blocked from a range of choices. Our support team periodically reviews the players who've been blocked and then acts on players who are the most disruptive.

While blocking a player is a great way to prevent yourself from interacting with toxic players, it is not a replacement for an online conduct report. Online conduct reports are direct and reviewed as they come in, while blocked players are reviewed periodically and may not result in immediate action. In addition, online conduct reports let you provide an array of evidence, whereas the blocking process is limited to a text field, so decisions made based on blocked-player reporting may not be as accurate.


If you find yourself on the receiving end of a conduct action that you do not think is appropriate, you can appeal that action by filling out the conduct report above with the following information.

Appeals will be handled as quickly as possible, but due to the investigative nature of this process, we cannot commit to a firm turnaround time. In addition, the final ruling is at the sole discretion of the investigating support representative and multiple appeals of the same issue will not be considered.


We want you to have the best time possible when you're playing Magic Online, but we need your help. Please report conduct violations as they happen so we can investigate and act quickly. If you have comments, questions, or suggestions on how we can improve, find us on Twitter @MagicOnline.

Stay safe, and happy gaming.