FaZe Jarvis' Fortnite Punishment Is Way Too Harsh, Says KSI

Ruben Fields
November 8, 2019

The UK-based player has attracted over 2 million followers on YouTube in just a couple of years, and he signed with the esports monolith FaZe Clan for competitive play in April.

Jarvis Kaye, a YouTuber, popularly known as FaZe Jarvis - apologized to his 2 million subscribers and revealed he has been given a permanent ban by Epic Games.

Epic's statement over the Jarvis ban mentions that it has a zero tolerance policy against those who use cheating software. Everything I thought about while making these videos is how amusing and interesting these videos are. Many argue that his first offence does not warrant a permanent ban, while others refer to the video only as evidence.

In a video posted last night, Jarvis uploaded a video titled "I've been banned from Fortnite (I'm Sorry)", in which he expressed the extent to which the battle royale had changed his life before telling fans that "I've actually been banned on fortnite for life". You can see him sniping distant enemies in the Solos mode, with barely any aiming required.

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 outcome. Again I can't stress this enough, that doesn't make it any better.

"I never thought about the consequences that could happen from me making those videos".

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Many people across social media are firing back at Epic Games for the lifetime ban they placed on FaZe Jarvis, comparing his punishment to a two-week ban issued to another professional Fortnite player.

Upset Clan part Frazier "Jarvis" Kaye has uncovered he has been for all time prohibited from Fortnite in a video transferred on November 3.

Some say it's unfair that Jarvis has been banned for life, while XXiF and Ronaldo could continue competing in the World Cup, for which they each received at least $50,000, after cheating. They think there should not be a ban.

Epic Games had a new update Tuesday for Fortnite, and at some point you'll stumble across a new weapon: Harpoon Gun. Don't give some slaps on the wrists, and others complete and total bans. "I love all of you who still support me, this is not the end".

"Cheaters are permanently banned across all Epic products". On one side, we have the #FreeJarvis hashtag spearheaded by a since-deleted tweet from FaZe Tenser.

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