CODE OF CONDUCT
Our policies play an important role in maintaining a safe and positive experience for our players online. First Class Trouble is made up of a community of players from all around the world. It’s up to each player in First Class Trouble to follow our policies, community guidelines, and values and to help make First Class Trouble an enjoyable game to play for everyone.
These policies cover both conduct in the game and on any related platform. When we identify a potential policy violation, we may review and take action ranging from limiting features to temporarily or permanently banning a player from First Class Trouble and our social platforms.
We created First Class Trouble to be a game for all players to be themselves with confidence, free from bullying, hatred, and harassment. It’s important that you treat other players the way you’d like to be treated. If you're unsure if your actions might violate our community guidelines, ask yourself if you would act in the same way when interacting with someone standing next to you.
A FEW EASY REMINDERS.
Gaming is for everyone.
When playing with others, show good sportspersonship, whether you win or lose.
Hate, harassment, and bullying have no place in First Class Trouble.
Some competitive banter or trash talk is okay as long as everyone’s onboard with it, but don’t be abusive or malicious.
Don’t be a troll. No one likes a troll.
Above all, be excellent to one another.
If you see something that you suspect is inappropriate or wrong, use the report feature to submit it for review by our team The in-game report feature is still under development. If you feel something in the game is inappropriate please use our feedback system here.
Temporary bans: Violations of our policies may result in temporary restrictions of accessing First Class Trouble.
Permanent ban: Access to the game may be suspended if you commit egregious or repeated violations or try to circumvent suspensions through the use of multiple accounts.
First Class Trouble is a game for everyone, which means we bring people together with diverse and differing opinions. While we support free expression, we don't tolerate content that promotes or condones violence, or incites hatred against an individual or group on the basis of their race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, age, nationality, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or any other characteristic. This can be a delicate balancing act, but if the primary emphasis of something you say promotes hatred or violence against others, you’ve crossed the line.
It’s never ok to harass, troll, bully, or threaten someone, or to encourage others to do any of these things in First Class Trouble. Don’t tell others to hurt or kill themselves, and do not create accounts dedicated to harassment or spreading hate. Sharing content, including doctored or out-of-context content, with the intent to degrade, bully, or harm someone is also a violation of our policies. Anyone using our platform to single someone out for malicious abuse, to threaten someone with serious harm, to sexualize a person in an unwanted way, or to harass in other ways may have the offending content removed or be permanently banned from using the game. In emergency situations, we may escalate imminent threats of serious harm to law enforcement. Keep in mind that online harassment is also illegal in many places and can have serious offline consequences for both the harasser and the victim.
Choose your name carefully and wear it like a badge. Some language is not appropriate for all audiences. Don’t use obscene, profane, or sexually explicit language or symbols in your Display Name in First Class Trouble. If you wouldn't say it to someone in public, don't put it in your name.
Share stuff that's tasteful, relevant and and not spam. Don’t send unwanted, vulgar, or crude messages to other players in First Class Trouble. Don’t share links or content that includes sexually explicit or pornographic material. Don’t use First Class Trouble or our platforms to spam users, like sending unwanted promotional or commercial content or unwanted or mass solicitation. Don’t send viruses, malware, or any other content that harms or interferes with anyone. Finally, don't use First Class Trouble for phishing scams in any way. Also, it's not okay to send someone non game-related content or links that are meant to shock or disgust, which includes violent or gory content that's primarily intended to be sensational or gratuitous. If the content is posted in a news, documentary, scientific, or artistic context, make sure you give everyone enough information to help them understand why you’re sharing it. In some cases, content may be so violent or shocking that no amount of context will allow that content to remain on our platforms. Lastly, don't encourage others to commit specific acts of violence.
Don't cheat. When players cheat, use exploits, or otherwise tamper with software to gain a competitive advantage in games, it ruins the experience for everyone. No one likes playing a one-sided game, so don’t cheat by exploiting a game’s vulnerabilities or glitches. Those caught cheating will face consequences ranging from temporary to permanent bans.