A ToS violation should never
result in offline game play being denied. That is equivalent to someone cheating and then they get all their games robbed. It's a crime.However
, a ToS violation can (and should) result in online game play being denied. Even across all games. Good riddance. (Obviously, their should be a clear definition of cheating and a repeal system.)
One last thing. Even if the game is exclusively online, the online gameplay should still be denied. You should be responsible for buying an exclusive online game and the cheating in it.
That means full access to games, but no buying games, trading items, gifting things, or CD-key activation is allowed.
This does nto even make logical sense. Let the cheaters keep playing online and wreaking havoc but suspend unrelated tasks?
Buying games - maybe only if they wanted a new release. Otherwise they already have the game they want to cheat on. Mostly useless.
Trading/Gifting items - Why would a cheater care... they are busy cheating in games to care.
CD-Key Activation - Don't understand what this has to do with preventing cheaters?
Cheaters obviously do not care about the consequences, otherwise they would not blatantly break the ToS. Just ban them from all multiplayer, ONLY, and move on. Multiplayer is the ONLY main concern on a cheaters mind. Make them risk losing it all.