I qued for quite a few Random BGs this week, and ended up having a record of 6-39.
I refuse to believe that it was simply "bad luck" that I was paired with this many losing groups, but rather that most of my teammates were bots, as evidenced by their behavior, and lack of communication in the chat window.
I can't detail how humiliating it is to have to wait for 14 losses before you have enough honor points to upgrade a piece of the crafted PVP gear to an honor piece (Malevolent). I truly think it would be quicker/easier to just run random heroic dungeons and convert the justice points to honor, but I don't think that is the intent of this game...to take the easiest path go obtaining gear....or should I say the least frustrating path by avoiding the botters.
First Person Shooter (FPS) games have had anti-botting technology built into them since the 1990s. If you load a botting program, within minutes you are disconnected and/or banned.
Blizzard really can't come up with a way to determine whether a player is being moved by an input device (mouse/keyboard), or a botting program??
I'm told over and over again to "report" these players, but that is a fulltime job. I don't want this game to feel like a job, as I play it for FUN.
I sincerely wish the developers would talk to the developers of the First Person Shooter games and find out how to code anti-botting technology into World of Warcraft, instead of putting it on the playerbase (who pay to play their game) to police the game themselves.
I'd give anything for a developer to explain why the bots cannot be stopped.