If you’ve been banned or suspended from StarCraft II, that’s probably because you’ve been trying to make your way to the top in a disgraceful, illegal and cheating manner. That is not cool, especially when you’re dealing with Blizzard, a company that’s not known for shying away from duties like these.
While Blizzard announced this act against hacking/cheating/piracy as they usually do on the Battle.net blog, any numbers and/or statistics went unmentioned. Not that it matters, really; StarCraft II has now become a friendlier place to strategically extinct your enemies the way you want to. As for the casualties of Blizzard’s banhammer wielding; you probably had it coming.