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BGIS 2024 Semifinalist Team NiY Player Receives 10-Year Ban for Cheating

In a shocking turn of events, a player from Team NiY, Scorpion, competing in the ongoing Battlegrounds Mobile India Series 2024 (BGIS 2024) has been handed a 10-year ban ahead of the Semifinals stage for violating the game’s code of conduct through cheating. The player was banned live during Upthrust Pro Scrims 4.0 and later the news spread through a circulating screenshot of an in-game notification that confirms the ban. 

Team NiY Player Slapped with 10-Year Ban Ahead of BGIS 2024 Semifinals

The screenshot of the in-game notification confirming the ban of NiYscorpion due to verified instances of cheating. The notification, dated 2024-06-01, cites a history of malpractice as the basis for the imposed ban. The notification reads, “We have verified that NiYscorpion, the player you reported on 2024-06-01 12:08 has cheated. Based on the player’s history of cheating, we have banned this player for 10 years and removed all illicitly obtained benefits. We will severely punish any players who seek to ruin the game environment! Thank you for helping us create a clean gaming environment for BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA. Happy gaming!”

BGIS 2024 Semifinalist Team NiY Player Receives 10-Year Ban for Cheating

Team NiY had emerged as one of the 32 teams qualifying for the BGIS 2024 Semifinals Week 1, demonstrating impressive performance thus far. Scorpion’s ban has undoubtedly cast a pall of uncertainty over the team’s future in the tournament.

With BGIS 2024 Semifinals Week 1 all set to kick off on tomorrow – 6th June, the timing of this news couldn’t be more precarious. Amidst the anticipation and hype surrounding the tournament, the absence of an official statement from Krafton India Esports, the organizers behind BGIS 2024, has only intensified speculation and curiosity regarding their response to this controversy. Notably, Krafton India Esports hasn’t hesitated at all in disqualifying or banning the teams that have violated the code of conduct of the tournament. It is expected that the organizers will soon release a statement of their verdict.

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Moin Khot
Moin Khothttp://www.talkesport.com
Moin heads the mobile gaming and esports coverage for TalkEsport. As an avid gamer himself, he has a passion for staying up to date on the latest developments and trends in gaming industry.
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