Valorant 'In-Game Voice' Monitoring Starts Next Month

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Valorant 'In-Game Voice' Monitoring Starts Next Month

Riot Games pay special attention to the safety of players. The company is categorically against violence, aggression, insults in the chat, and so on. In this regard, she has made some changes to her privacy policy. As noted earlier, Valorant voice chat recordings will only be listened to if a complaint is received against the player. In general, recording data will be kept for a short time and deleted after a certain short period. Troublemakers will be fined. The purpose of the chat is to fight the destructive behavior of individual players and provide everyone with absolutely comfortable playing conditions.

If the gamer does not agree with this company policy, he can turn off the voice chat.

In a recent blog post, I talked about the parameters of the voice rating system.

As you know, the background launch of the voice scoring system in North America will start working on July 13th. And very soon, this program will be trained in language models, and its beta launch will begin at the end of the year. At first, some inaccuracies in the work of the program are likely, but they will be eliminated soon. It is obvious that this system will really contribute to making the game safer.

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