A couple of Fortnite World Cup enthusiasts
previously banned by Epic for a scam were subject to a very harsh Saturday as the crowd loudly illuminated the appearance of the screen and subsequently welcomed their loss.
XXiF competed in Saturday's Fortinet World Cup together with his partner Ronaldo. During the fourth match of the tournament, XXiF was shown on the giant screen of the stadium for the first time. The crowd gradually called out XXiF louder and louder, while the 1
A video recorded by many in social media shows the ecstatic reaction of the crowd against the elimination of the XXiF. and the crowd goes wild !!! July 27, 2019
The official account for 100 thieves on Twitter even took some time to have fun in the Death of XXiF.
– 100 Thieves Live (@ 100ThievesLive) July 27, 2019
in order to obtain easy points to eliminate in the third week of the Qualification World Cup qualifiers, according to Dexerto. Subsequently, the pair dropped out of their team, Rise Nation. That initially sounded like an end to the whole question, but then XXiF and Ronaldo qualified for the 8th week, finishing third and secured a place during the finals.
XXiF and Ronaldo ranked 28th in the duo's finals, providing them with $ 50,000 each in a prize pool. The Fortnite community was initially angry with the decision to return the XXiF and Ronaldo, and some of the World Cup finals could be seen visibly as a protest against the XXiF's participation, as the guy on the picture below, who wore the Lock shirt XXIF Up "by Reddit
In the post of TwitLonger, Ronaldo turns to the crowd's reaction to his and XXiF loss.
"The curse was rough today," Ronaldo writes. , "A quick message to my supporters, you all, guys, you know who you are." I know the crowd and many people are not yet with us, but I really praise those who have been with me from the beginning. and I will continue to improve Thank you very much for all of you Another signal to my RiotSquad team to support xxif and even through all the terrible things people say about us. "
Epic did not respond to the reaction of the community in any public way beyond the original ban. Joseph Knot is a writer / producer for IGN, and the only thing he wants to feed is his mouth.