Competitive Ruling: Public Enemy

TL;DR: Team Public Enemy, who participated in the qualifiers for the Baltic Masters 2020 Spring split and won the second qualifier, was accused of account sharing. As a result of the investigation, Public Enemy has been disqualified from the League for the upcoming split.

During Qualifier #1 on January 29th evidence of player Aleksas "Divider" Bogdevičius account sharing was provided to League Officials. Upon investigation, the team was disqualified and Divider was suspended from playing in Qualifier #2.
While running Qualifier #2 on February 2nd, further evidence was provided to League Officials which detailed plans for account sharing during the event. At the same time, a deeper analysis and comparison of players EUNE and EUW accounts was done which gave more clarity when making the decision.
After collecting all evidence and discussions within the Baltic Masters admin team, it was decided to disqualify team Public Enemy together with all players for one split.

Team violated vital Riot Games® Terms of Service rule 1.4. and Baltic Masters Rulebook Article 2.6.

Riot Games® Terms of Service
1.4. Can I share or sell my account or login credentials? (No.)
When you create an account with us, we require you to select a unique username and password (collectively, your “Login Credentials”). You agree that:
You can’t share your account or Login Credentials with anyone.
You can’t sell, transfer or allow any other person to access your account or Login Credentials, or offer to do so.
You must keep your Login Credentials secret.

Baltic Masters Rulebook
2.6. Game Account
Players must use their own game account. Account sharing and/or game account changing after the start of the league is not permitted and can result in disqualification.

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