The famous streamer bets on a temporary sanction of between 3 and 12 months and argues that content creators should be treated differently.
Faze Jarvis was expensive one of his streams about Fortnite Battle Royale. The professional player of the Epic Games game came up with the use of aimbot in one of his secondary accounts, something that was detected by the study, which proceeded to expel him permanently. However, the popular streamer Tyler "Ninja" Blevins believes that the punishment is too hard. He said it during a streaming session (via PC Gamer), in which he specified that Jarvis's profile should be taken into account.
Ninja believes that there is "a difference" between a content creator that has "millions of subscribers and hundreds of thousands of followers" and other kids who don't have followers and don't live in Fortnite. "If you expel that boy, nothing happens," he defends. Instead, for Jarvis "it is different." Therefore, in Ninja's opinion, it should be treated differently.
He opts for a temporary expulsion
Even so, the streamer also does not suggest that Jarvis leaves rositas. It proposes a temporary expulsion of between 3 and 12 months. “He is still very young. I think it is simply a silly boy who has made a stupid decision because he has not really thought about it. It wasn't in a tournament, ”he remembers.
According to Ninja, there are people who have done “worse things on the internet” and have never been expelled. “I set an example for Logan Paul, the guy who filmed someone hanging in the forest and his channel was never eliminated; He is perfectly. An apology went up and that's it. ”
Jarvis Faze himself posted a video explaining what happened. In tears, he acknowledged his mistake and assumed the blame, while asking the players not to follow his example and not to use traps. However, at no time did he hide it during the broadcast, as he did, according to his testimony, to entertain his subscribers.