ESEA's rulebook openly states that users may only play on one team per game, with consequences for breaking the rule including a suspension from league play.
Former Damage Inc player Liridon 'quas' Ademaj will be filling in for Evil Geniuses for the next seven games until n0thing's ban is lifted.
But perhaps the biggest difficulty for n0thing and his team will be their inability to use the ESEA client leading up to the IEM World Championship Finals that takes place from March 1-5. The client is key for North American sides' practice, and Evil Geniuses will now have to prepare for their group of death without that luxury.
Source: ESEA News
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