Epic Games responds to FaZe Jarvis Fortnite ban

Fortnite Ban Warning

Fortnite Ban Warning

Very recently, Epic Games has chose to permanently ban one of the popular Fortnite players FaZe Jarvis.

The ban has also resulted to a heated debate between popular gaming streamers Ninja and DrLupo during an online chat. The latest one is none other than a well-known player in the Fortnite community: Jarvis "Jarvis' Kaye".

In an apology video posted Sunday, Jarvis explained that he got the ban after using aimbots, a type of in-game cheat that allows players to automatically aim at opponents, greatly increasing shooting accuracy.

Epic Games' swift and indefinite ban could also be relevant to the fact that Jarvis broke many policies when employing the aimbot.

Jarvis uploaded an emotional seven-minute video on the topic, apologizing for using the hacks and expressing that he didn't know the ban would be this severe.

An aimbot is cheat used by players to auto-focus weapons on select targets. They went on to say, "When people use aimbots or other cheat technologies to gain an unfair advantage, they ruin games for people who are playing fairly". Game developers such as Epic Games have done everything they can to have games without cheaters but it is hard to stop. The 17-year-old Stage, Jarvis may not have more Fortnite will play after he is caught red-handed in cheating.

The teenager, who is a member of eSports team FaZe Clan, said: "Cheating in anything is just bad". The two players were accused of receiving free eliminations in order to go up in the rankings. Fortnite's conclude person license agreement strictly forbids the use of application this kind of as "cheats, bots, scripts or mods not expressly licensed by Epic". Well now, it seems like they've finally done it, but for what goal exactly?

They're the only changes we've spotted in the game since v11.10, but we're sure there were also plenty of bug fixes and game tweaks.

The back in forth in this video shows the two sides of the argument over FaZe Jarvis' ban. The video, posted three days ago, now has seven million views and was trending on the platform hours after its release. "My youngest son Jarvis made a genuine, naive error of judgment and is now banned for life from something he loves", she wrote. I don't know what I thought of it myself.

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