What is a Smurf?
In multiplayer online gaming, the term "Smurf" (noun) is used to refer to an experienced player who creates a new or secondary account for the purposes of being matched against inexperienced players for easier opponents.
How does Repeat deal with Smurfs?
Repeat takes a strong stance against Smurfs, it is unfair and against our policy of "Fair Play". Users who have been caught smurfing will have their accounts temporarily suspended. This will result in the user being removed from all tournaments, and forfeiting all potential winnings.
These users will have an opportunity to remove the smurf game ID and connect their legitimate / primary game ID.
We have a three strike policy, where a user receiving a third suspension is permanently banned from Repeat.
How can you report a Smurf?
Feedback is a huge advantage for us to stay on top of users competing unfairly on an account in our tournaments. You can report users directly via tournaments using the "Report Player" button.
You will be required to provide proof of the claim in a modal if you decide to proceed.