Read my entire comment, then put a bit of stretch on the word “repeated”. Leaving is NOT a problem. ABUSING the lack of punishment IS. And that can be spotted even by a 5yo toddler with the right tools because nobody who leaves due to occasional issues is going to leave on a frequent basis. And forget about the disconnection part, if you get kicked repeatedly because you get disconnected often, you’re the problem there for knowingly playing a mode that runs on the clock with awful connection. Once is okay, twice too and further is already pushing it too far.
So tell me. Do you really believe there are going to be that many who get the short stick of a system that punishes repetition rather than ocassional offenses? Do you really want me to believe people get kicked or leave that frequently they’re going to be punished along with the intentional leavers?
Ridiculous is pretending to discard any solution to a problem because of an hipotetical (and i really need to stretch that word, because literally what describe all of your counterargments) disadvantage for which there is no basis to believe it’s going to outweight the advantages the solution brings. Ridiculous is pretending problems are solved just by leaving them be. That kind of attitude just contributes to let problems pile up to a point of no return rather than solve one problem at a time.