Q: Could i sue Mobile Strike if they banned me without explanation of what terms i broken and i spent $20k on their game.
It may be possible to pursue legal action against Mobile Strike if they banned you without explanation of what terms you broke and you spent $20k on their game. However, the success of such a lawsuit would depend on several factors, including the terms of service that you agreed to when signing up for the game, the specific circumstances surrounding your ban, and the relevant state and federal laws.
In general, companies are allowed to enforce their terms of service and ban users for violating those terms. However, they may be required to provide some level of explanation or justification for the ban, especially if the user has spent a significant amount of money on the game.
If you believe that Mobile Strike has unfairly banned you without explanation, you may want to consult with a qualified attorney who specializes in internet and gaming law. An attorney can help you understand your legal options and the likelihood of success in pursuing legal action against the company.
It's important to note that pursuing legal action can be expensive and time-consuming, and there is no guarantee of success. You may also want to explore other options, such as reaching out to Mobile Strike's customer support or filing a complaint with a relevant regulatory agency, before pursuing legal action.
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