There are many reasons for changing a username. Maybe your old name references an outdated meme, or you want to pay homage to a family member or hero. Or perhaps you just want to try out a new alias.
Wargaming allows you to change your username, with certain limits and restrictions. In this guide, you’ll learn how to change name in World of Warships, step by step, and the rules and requirements that apply.
If you’ve recently changed your username and it contains a typo, you can ask for a change to correct it, free of charge. If your username violates the Game Rules, then support will ask you to choose a new username, at no cost to you.
Rules and restrictions to changing your Wargaming username
Wargaming has an exhaustive document that lays out all Game and Clan Rules for World of Warships. You can find the part relevant to usernames in the “Name (Players and Clans), Avatars, Images/Video, Signatures & Clan logos” section. In essence, Wargaming prohibits usernames with profanity, vulgarities, racism, nationalism, and sexuality. If your username may be offensive to someone, odds are it won’t be allowed.
That concludes our guide on how to change name in World of Warships. As you’ve learned, the cost for a name change, while not particularly expensive, is still enough to hurt your wallet. So, once you’ve committed to picking a new name, make sure it’s one that you’ll stick with for awhile.