Unfortunately for Kaye, Epic told The Independent that they have a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to cheating. Well, now some of the biggest names in the game have had their say, and they think that Epic Games need to reconsider. When he's not handing out beatdowns in the latest fighting games, exploring video game history, or playing through RPGs with his partner, he's searching for new food and drinks in the constant pursuit of good times with good people inside and outside the South Texas area. You can see him sniping distant enemies in the Solos mode, with barely any aiming required.
In the video that led to the ban, Khattri suggests he is not actively playing on his principal account and that he will perform "a activity or two without having aimbot" to steer clear of ban detection.More news: Bopanna blasts AITA for change of captain, 'don't interfere', warns parent body
I've reached out to Epic for clarification around precise terms of a permanent ban, including whether or not banned players can file appeals.
In his apology, while, Khattri claimed that he "just assumed about entertaining you guys" when making the aimbot movie and under no circumstances envisioned this degree of effect.
Fortnite developer Epic Games has placed a lifetime ban on a professional player after he was found to be cheating in a series of videos shared online.
Meanwhile, Jarvis got permanently banned from Fortnite. While the reason for that is unknown, as well as even if we will be getting the official patch notes, there have been notable changes made to the game that we feel are worth covering. Others have been permanently banned for using hacks, while some have been disqualified from tournaments for lesser crimes. He said that he is going to take accountability for his actions and he understands completely why this has happened, he just wishes if he had known how severe the consequences were at the time, he would have never thought about doing it.More news: Rochester's Matthew Hurt Scores 11 Points in Duke Debut
Why was FaZe's Jarvis banned from Fortnite?
"So people cheat in the world cup qualifiers for a chance at 3 million dollars and a guaranteed $50K and only get 2 week bans", said Twitter user ExSZN.
He posted an emotional video to You Tube, breaking down as he thanked his supporters and questioned what he would do now that he can't do what he "truly loves the most in life".
Fans of Jarvis' have since started a #FreeJarvis social media campaign in support of the pro player, although the hashtag features just as many critics.More news: Lima Astronomical Society holding Mercury Transit viewing