Critics such as Fortnite Guy claim that a permanent ban is unfair to Jarvis, arguing that he received a permanent ban while players who cheat in a professional tournament get away with a temporary ban and even compete in the Fortnite World Cup. In theory, Epic plays favorites.
However, Epic emphasized in a statement that there was a "zero tolerance policy" on the use of fraudulent software. The pros teamed up (collaborating when they had to be rivals), where Jarvis was changing the game itself. Additionally, while esports cheating is bad, goals and similar game hacks are souring the game for many more people. Like other game developers, Epic doesn't want to risk gamers getting frustrated with scammers who ruin their experience.