On Feb. 26, Capcom's Neidel "Haunts" Crisan revealed that Street Fighter V rage quitter's were going to get punished, but he didn't give specifics. In his latest blog, he revealed the fate of those who can't take the loss.
In his blog on Capcom Unity, Crisan revealed that 30 players were punished for rage quitting. Their punishment consisted of a loss of League and Rank Points. Account with a high disconnect rate will be monitored and then punished if they continue to rage quit.
Other issues Capcom will address are users unable to be found in Rival Search and players disconnected immediately after creating a Battle Lounge. Crisan also provides network setting for those constantly disconnecting from the game's servers.
News on the March update will come soon. Included in the update are the details of the first DLC fighter, Alex.
Source: Capcom Unity