Sexual harassment in video games could be against the law in South Korea in the near future.
Local site Naver reports - as spotted by DotEsports - that a rep from the country's National Assembly Gender Equality and Family Committee hs started work on a bill to make this behaviour illegal.
Overwatch has been named as one of the titles that has led to this, with that game having a toxic fanbase that developer Blizzard is trying to curb.
This follows South Korea making cheating in online games illegal, with 13 hackers and match-fixers being arrested by police in January of this year.
One 28-year-old man has been sentenced to a year in prison with a two-year probation for selling cheating software.