Professional Fortnite Player With 2 Million Followers Left In Despair After Lifetime Ban, Epic Games Respond!

Several thousand players have made their gaming career and are earning hundreds of thousands of dollars by streaming on the famous streaming website such as Mixer and Twitch. However,a professional player with two million followers got banned and is now left in despair! The maker of the games responds to the ban!

Jarvis Kaye

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The 17 years old Fortnite player and Twitch Streamer had almost 2 Million followers. He’s one of the popular streamers from the FaZe clan. Jarvis hails from London and has been competing CS: GO and Call of Duty at the professional level. Well, first things first. Why did he got banned from playing the Fortnite?

Epic Games: You’re a cheater!

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During a recreational game in Fortnite, he used aimbot software that improves players’ performance likewise steroids.  With the help of software, a player’s weapon automatically get autofocus on the opponent! Just click and Win! He started messing around with his friends and Epic Games couldn’t overlook that!

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Fortnite player shares an emotional video!

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He uploaded an apology video that got viewed 6M times in a four day period! “It didn’t even cross my mind to think that I could be banned for life from Fortnite from those videos. I just want to be clear, this is my first time I have ever done anything like this,” he said! “At the time I posted those videos, I was completely oblivious to what could happen to me,” the Fortnite player added.

Jarvis Mom reacted to his ban!

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“He’s broken. He loves that game. He doesn’t have a devious bone in his body and what I really know is that for any mistake that doesn’t physically harm a person there should be the chance to make amends,” her Mom tells to the Daily Mail!

#FreeJarvis campaign!

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Thousands of tweets flooded with #FreeJarvis Tweet. “The fact that XXiF actually cheated in a competitive environment, received just a 2-week ban, wound up taking a spot at World Cup and plays to this day as if nothing happened while Jarvis is banned for life is fkn ridiculous #FreeJarvis,” one of the tweets said!

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Finally, Epic Games respond!

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“We have a zero-tolerance policy for the usage of cheat software,” an Epic Games spokesperson told us. “When people use aimbots or other cheat technologies to gain an unfair advantage, they ruin games for people who are playing fairly.”

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But this is not the end

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Well, that’s a spirit! He’s just 17 years old and he got his full life ahead! I mean he got other games too where he can exceptionally excel and make it big! What are your thoughts on it?

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