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Jimit Bhatt Banned for 1 Year by ESL India for Alleged Account Boosting

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Jimit Bhatt has been officially been banned by ESL India from the Summer Season of the ESL India Premiership on charges of account boosting. Jimit’s Clash Royale account has been found to have multiple logins from players residing in ten different countries. What’s more, thirty different devices had been used to access the account. Moreover, ESL India also made it clear in a Facebook post that they had received video evidence of Jimit casually chatting with people as well as using other apps while simultaneously playing the game. Anyone with a wee bit of idea about mobile environments know that it is not possible to use more than one app simultaneously.

Jimit is not only disqualified from the summer season of the ESL India Premiership, he’s also barred from participating in any tournaments by any organizer under the banner of the Esports Integrity Coalition (or the ESIC for short), including any future ESL India events till May 23, 2020. The charges include violation of Clash Royale developer Supercell’s Terms and Conditions the ESL India Premiership Rules and the ESIC Code of Conduct.

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