: It's always good to see someone who's making effort to improve their behaviour, it really does work out better for everyone when people do that. Keep up the good work, man. So far as the possibility of being unbanned, Riot's policies are pretty much "only if it's a false positive". Depending on the specific circumstances of the case, you *might* be able to get the ban removed, but the chances of that are very small (I believe the false positive rate is well below 1%) and ultimately up to the discretion of Riot. You can feel free to submit an appeal to [Support](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/requests/new) (use the "Discuss a personal suspension or restriction" option), but it's important to keep in mind that it statistically wont get the result you want. Riot has done some experiments attempting to reward "reformed" players, by giving them the opportunity to earn back their perma-banned accounts in proving they've reformed, however those experiments tend to have a 1% success rate, with the vast majority (99%) of "reformed" players simply going back to their old behaviours after getting their account back. Ultimately, the damage it causes is just too great for such a small benefit. You can still play on a new/alternate account, but generally "permanent" ban means "permanent".
Thank you for the comment. Appreciate it.
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