Riot and Ubisoft partnering on research to create “more positive gaming communities”

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Riot Games and Ubisoft have announced a partnership that’ll see the companies collaborating on a research project with the aim of creating “more positive gaming communities”.


As explained in a blog post on Riot’s website, the project – which goes by the name Zero Harm in Comms – is the first step in a cross-industry initiative that’ll see the two companies working on a database to collect in-game data.


This anonymised data – consisting of chat logs labelled by…

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