From inappropriate user-generated content (UGC) to ramming in multiplayer, when a Code of Conduct violation happens, we want you to be prepared and well informed when it comes to the player reporting process so your information gets to the right place.
Common violations that result in enforcement action in Forza titles include:
- Inappropriate liveries, layer groups, and photos.
- UGC covers liveries, layer groups, blueprint titles, photos and anything else that can be player edited or created in any Forza title. All Forza titles are rated E for Everyone and as such, all UGC must adhere to that rating.
- Intentional wrecking and unsportsmanlike conduct in multiplayer.
Reporting User-Generated Content
Auction House & Find Designs
To report an inappropriate or offensive item in the Auction House or from the Find Designs menu, select Auction Options or Design Options, scroll down and select Report Auction or Offensive Content.
Vinyl Groups & Liveries
To report an inappropriate or offensive vinyl group select Creator Options, scroll down and select Report Offensive Content and OK.
To report an inappropriate photo in Forza Motorsport 7, go to the photo you wish to report, select Creator Options, Report, then select Report.
Reporting UGC in Multiplayer
Should you encounter an inappropriate vinyl group or livery while in a race or lobby, send a support ticket to Turn 10 Studios below with the Enforcement Inquiry option. Alternatively, you can search for the offending Gamertag under Creator via the Find Designs or Vinyl Select menus. Remember that screenshots and video clips help!
Reporting a Player in a Multiplayer Race
Have trouble with a player in an online race? Witness someone intentionally wrecking others? To file a complaint from the multiplayer lobby, scroll right to Select the Gamertag, scroll down to Driver Feedback, then Select which offense you wish to report the player for. You may also directly remove a player by selecting Vote to kick.
Alternatively, you can report unsportsmanlike conduct via providing evidence to a Race Marshal or submitting a report by filing a General Enforcement Inquiry ticket below. Make sure to include all relevant information such as a replay name or attached clip or photo.
If you would like to provide positive feedback for the driver, select Compliment Great Driver via the same menu.
Reporting a Player via Forza Support
Should you be unable to report a player in-game, you can report a player by submitting a ticket using the link below. Be sure to provide the offender’s Gamertag, your Gamertag, and any evidence you may have such as a clip or photo. Remember, the more context and evidence you provide, the easier it will be to address your request and remove Code of Conduct violators.
Xbox Live Reporting & Enforcement
Should you encounter a Code of Conduct violation that falls outside of Forza, such as abusive voice communications or messages, please refer to the following pages on Xbox Live Enforcement: