A number of e-art employees hacked their personal Twitter accounts after a prominent FIFA player received a lifetime ban from official events for his "violence, harassment and vulgar" behavior.
The player, Kurt "Kurt0411" Fenech, has been the subject of several disciplinary moves by EA over the last few years which are described here in the official notice of Fenech's ban . In general, the man is very angry at FIFA and uses his YouTube channel to do things like spit on EA-branded scarves and call the developers of the "cowards" series.
Following the ban, and as a report to Eurogamer last week, a number of EA employees participating in the FIFA series had hacked to show messages in support of Fenech, including the one who photographed an official EA message saying "Kurt0411 is banned".
Of course, he's not banned, he probably never will be, and continues to post slightly horrifying videos on his YouTube page, in which he and all who watch are making video games about football too seriously.
As an example, and as Eurogamer highlight just last week, he was telling his viewers things like, "In fact, every one of these employees who has been rked for the last few games must be unemployed right now "and" It's time to start worrying about us. We deserve justice. We deserve a goddamn football game. ”