The 6 month bans are not for smurfing, they are for boosting to near the top of the Champ leaderboard. That goes well beyond just making alt accounts in order to matchmake.
In the banning logs it's very obvious these accounts were boosting, not just smurfing, and for that, they do not get to finish this or the next ranked season.
In past Halos, leaderboard rank boosting was an automatic lifetime permanent console ban from matchmaking, relative to that, Enforcement is being lenient with only seasonal bans.
When players do this, they ruin the game for everyone in their placement matches, and then they ruin the game for everyone they play against that they shouldn't be playing against.
It also drastically raises the quit rates of everyone they play against (there were a ton more quits from players in just the games these players played in), which leads to a spreading network of negativity and disengagement among all of the players affected.
Just because there isn't enough pop in a playlist to matchmake a stacked team doesn't justify ruining the game for a much larger group of players than just yourself. If you can't matchmake, it means there aren't any matches available that would be fair for a stacked team, and not lead to ruining someone elses' game. In those cases, you have to play in smaller parties just like every other Halo, and not ruin the game for other players.
We lose a lot more players due to deranking and boosting than we do to banning the small amount that do this.
I agree with you but I've been champion for 5 seasons and for one time only one of my teammates enters a smurf with a platinum rank. Do they give me a 6 month ban?
it's something very unfair, I accept 2 or 3 weeks but months?
and more apart you comment that players lose for that reason, lose more players unnecessarily banning players who only seek to find a game and not waiting 3 or 4 hours to play a single game, and another good thing is fine if my account has already been banned. Well, why not play on another account?
he paid for my gold, he paid for my Halo 5 and they refuse to play me just because we resorted to using a platinum account to find a game?
Do not you feel it's very drastic?
I tell you good if I got ban from my main account I accept it even if it is somewhat exaggerated, but why not let it play in other accounts, is it even in other consoles it leaves me?
this is worthy of demand because they forbid us to play something for what we pay.