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Rec Room Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct

All players must follow the Rec Room Code of Conduct:

General:

  • Rule #1: Be excellent to each other!

  • Sexist, racist, discriminatory or harassing language, behavior, or content is not welcome

  • Do not promote, encourage or participate in illegal behavior

  • Players 12 or younger must use a Junior Account

  • One player per account. The player must match the birth date on the account.

  • No disruptive trolling or inflammatory stuff in public rooms

    1. E.g., sexually explicit material, controversial topics

    2. This rule does not apply to private/unlisted rooms. But whatever you choose to do in a private or unlisted room, be sure that everyone present is cool with it.

    3. Potentially inflammatory rooms should clearly communicate their purpose to other users before they enter the room.

  • Do not impersonate devs, moderators, or other authority figures

  • Don’t mess with other people’s games! We don’t want to implement a million rules to control your behavior in every game. Don’t make us. This includes:

    1. Cheating

    2. Abusing the in-game moderation tools

    3. Just generally being an ass/not being a good sport.

  • When creating custom rooms, don’t use material (such as copyrighted music) without permission.

  • Please use the in-game reporting tools to report Code of Conduct violations

    • Players you report will be automatically muted and blocked. Blocked players appear faded out to you and are prevented from joining your custom rooms. Our matchmaking systems will also take this block into account and attempt to never again place you in a room where you might run into the blocked player. 

Player created rooms:

  • Rooms are behavior - Rooms are treated as an extension of the player(s) who create and own them. Making a public custom room full of Code of Conduct violations will be moderated as if all owners of that room had created those violations or engaged in that behavior in a populated public space. 
  • Room ownership is an active responsibility - If you create a room, you are responsible for making sure it doesn’t devolve into a toxic mess. If you can’t devote some energy into proactively checking on your room (e.g., maybe you’re going on vacation) consider making it private for the duration, or finding a trusted co-owner.
  • If you have save privileges, you are responsible - This means that all co-owners are responsible. If you’re going on vacation, or have lost interest in a room, remove yourself as an owner. The creator of the room is the ultimate responsible party. 

Behavior outside of Rec Room:

These rules are neither final nor exhaustive - we reserve the right to suspend disruptive players even if their behavior doesn’t fall under any of the above rules directly.

Things to Know

  • Rec Room is an active game. Please use common sense and caution while playing!
  • Children ages 13 - 17 must consult with a parent or guardian before playing.
  • Children age 12 or younger must create a Junior Account. More info at the bottom of this page.
  • Rec Room defaults to being a public experience. You will interact and voice chat with other people in real time. Rec Room offers mute, ignore, and reporting features which we encourage you to learn and use. But even if you use these features, you still may be exposed to speech or behavior you find inappropriate.
  • By playing Rec Room, you agree to our Code of Conduct!