Instagram Suspends Accounts of GodLike Players Zgod, Neyoo, and Spower

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On October 6, 2023, Instagram suspended the accounts of three popular Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) players: Zgod, Neyoo, and Spower. All three players are members of the GodLike Esports BGMI team.

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The reason for the suspensions is unclear, but some speculate that it may be related to the promotion of BGMI ID sellers and scammers. In a video uploaded to YouTube on October 5, 2023, YouTuber Hardscope accused the three players of promoting such services on their respective Instagram accounts.

Hardscope’s video included screenshots of Instagram stories from Neyoo and Zgod that promoted a YouTube channel that sells BGMI IDs and accounts. Spower was also accused of promoting a similar service on his Instagram account.

GodLike Esports has since suspended the three players from the team and is investigating the allegations. Instagram has not yet commented on the suspensions. Godlike Esports stated that the gamers supported unethical behaviour, which resulted in the accounts being terminated. They were also punished for their actions.

The suspensions of Zgod, Neyoo, and Spower have come as a shock to the BGMI community. All three players are highly respected and have a large following on social media. The suspensions have also raised concerns about the promotion of BGMI ID sellers and scammers on social media.

It is important to note that the allegations against Zgod, Neyoo, and Spower have not yet been proven. However, the suspensions are a reminder to be careful about what you promote on social media, especially if you have a large following.

It is also important to be aware of the risks of buying BGMI IDs and accounts from third-party sellers. These sellers often sell accounts that have been hacked or stolen, and there is no guarantee that you will be able to keep the account once you purchase it.

If you are looking to buy BGMI IDs or accounts, it is best to do so directly from Krafton, the developer of BGMI. Krafton offers a variety of ways to purchase in-game currency, which can then be used to purchase IDs and accounts.

What are your thoughts on players pushing unethical behaviour after multiple warnings?