Player Harassment is a common problem in many online games. There are several features in Smite to help you deal with harassment and promote a strong community:
One of the best ways to combat harassment is to simply ignore the player. This can easily be done by opening the score screen in game (default Tab key) and clicking the mute button beside their name. This will prevent you from seeing chat and VGS from this player for the rest of the match.
In any chat window you can type /dnd to place you in "Do Not Disturb" mode. This prevents any player from sending you private messages.
Blocking a player permanently prevents them from sending you private messages as well as invitations to friends lists, parties, and clans.
The report button allows you to send us a report about a player's unacceptable behavior in game. The tool allows you to select from a drop down list of reasons (harassment, leaving, feeding, etc.) as well as provide a short description of the reason for your report. You can find this from the score screen in game (default Tab key) or at the end of match lobby.
If at any point these features are not enough to deal with a problem player, you can contact our support team.