Greetings. I, and some friends, monitor the world chat on a game called "Thirst of Night". This game is published by Kabam; it is an online game. It's free to play, but players are "encouraged" to buy in-game currency, known as rubies. These rubies are used to purchase in-game virtual assets that "enhance game play".
Kabam has a history of not monitoring the chat channels in their games. They permit pedophiles to solicit for 13-year-old girls, abusive language, bullying, intimidation, hate speech, and worst of all, adults telling teens to commit suicide.
I witnessed a teenager complain about having muscle cramps in her neck. A 32-year-old man (he claims he's a parent himself) told her how to snap her own neck "to end the pain". He made it quite clear that he was not talking about how to "crack her neck". No sooner than I reported him with a screen shot, he disappeared off the chat channel. [continued below]....
..... Kabam is based in California; this event happened around midnight (Central time), and thus their offices are closed. Support isn't there at this time of day. So either this user is a hacker, or he works for Kabam. Either way, this user has been reported numerous times for abusive behavior and Kabam refuses to do anything about him.
If you're a parent, do all you can to keep your children away from Kabam. Don't let them play Kabam's games, and definitely don't let them pay money to said company. This greedy corporation cares nothing for the safety of your children. Don't let your teenager wind up in a grave because of these unethical creatures.