FaZe Jarvis has been banned from Fortnite once again after streaming on Twitch while his first Fortnite ban was still in effect. It’s been almost an entire year since Jarvis was permanently banned from Fortnite for using aim hacks in a video which he posted to YouTube, and Fortnite did not take kindly to Jarvis’ attempt to draw in views.
Plenty of streamers and professional players have been banned from Fortnite for cheating or conspiring against opponents, but Jarvis’ publicity stunt landed him one of the harshest bans Fortnite has ever delivered. Jarvis uploaded a montage of himself using an aimbot in order to win games to YouTube, which has since been removed and reuploaded by a number of other channels. He then followed up the cheating video with a teary-eyed apology video expressing his regrets for using aimbot.
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To celebrate the incident’s almost one-year anniversary, FaZe Jarvis evidently thought it would be a good idea to celebrate the occasion by creating a secondary Fortnite account and streaming his first game back on Twitch. The only problem is that Jarvis’ original ban had not been lifted. Jarvis announced his return via Twitter in an attempt to build hype around his first stream in over 10 months. Within 10 minutes, Jarvis’ Twitch stream had over 50,000 concurrent viewers, and in 13 minutes, Jarvis was banned from Fortnite yet again despite his efforts to keep his username a secret. Streaming under the account named “notliljarvis123,” he was banned before making it halfway through his first round. The video has since been removed from Jarvis’ Twitch channel, but clips of the ban still remain.
It’s been nearly a year since Epic banned me.
Tonight @ 6PM PST I’m playing Fortnite for the first time back on Twitch. See you there.
— FaZe Jarvis (@liljarviss) September 11, 2020
There are those who are skeptical of the situation and think that the secondary ban is another publicity stunt. For starters, Jarvis’ reaction to being banned felt staged, but that could be because it was also expected. However, the screen Jarvis was presented when he was supposedly banned is the screen players are sent to when another person signs into the user’s account. Lastly, an unknown person came into the room immediately after Jarvis was banned holding a camera which was obviously filming Jarvis. He also awkwardly stated that Jarvis’ manager wanted Jarvis to end the stream immediately, and then proceeded to end the stream for Jarvis.
While this whole shenanigan is most likely another attempt to gain clout that will be followed by one of Jarvis’ over-the-top YouTube videos, a lot of people are buying into it. The word “Jarvis” is now trending on Twitter with thousands of people posting clips and screenshots from the stream in disbelief of the ludicrous actions performed by FaZe Jarvis once again. Regardless of how authentic the Fortnite ban is, it was pretty entertaining for the 15 minutes it lasted.
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