HeartVine (OCE)
: In order to get a ban removed, the ban would need to be identified as a "false positive", which basically means that either a punishment shouldn't have been given, or (in some cases) a less severe punishment should have been given (rather than the punishment that *was* given). The best way to appeal a ban is to submit a ticket to [Support](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/requests/new) (use the "Account suspensions or restrictions" option) and inform then that you wish to appeal the case. It's important to note that there is an extremely low rate of false positives, I think the statistic is that less than 1% of punishments are false positives. Previously, Riot did attempt to provide perma-banned players an opportunity to prove they had reformed in order to get their perma-banned account back, however that experiment saw less than a 1% reform rate long-term, with the vast majority of players simply falling back into the behaviours that got them banned in the first place. It's unlikely that such a "feature" would work as intended in the future. If you'd like more information or assistance, feel free to ask.
Thanks for the reply, i tried a ticket but got an automated response with a 10 game suspension reform card. So i have a ban and a suspension, i don't even think i could genuinely appeal that the punishment was too harsh as it was warranted. I'd probably would not make the same mistake twice after being unbanned, but I probably should have realised that after the temp bans. thanks again
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