Jarvis “Jarvis” Kaye has a colorful past with the Fortnite community. The young Faze Clan member’s platform could be mainly attributed to the exploding popularity of a new BR game combined with his mechanical prowess on the sticks
In November of last year, Jarvis effectively threw all of his hard work in the gutter after posting a video of himself hacking in Fortnite. He would later post a video to YouTube explaining his lack of awareness
The teary-eyed video did it’s intended job to sway public opinion. Players quickly acted, calling for Epic Games to show leniency during the weeks passing. But the Fortnite developers reiterated their zero tolerance stance against cheaters irrespective of communal status. Plus if they let Jarvis off the hook – wouldn’t they be indirectly condoning the behaviour?
Fast forward to today, almost a whole year later. Despite multiple behind the scenes pleas from Jarvis and Faze Clan, the player is still banned. The assumption free v bucks generator was that Jarvis pretty much moved on from Fortnite; his YouTube content is centered around his personality and not any particular video game
Jarvis took to Twitter to announce he would be streaming Fortnite again despite the active banned status
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
Some thought he was trolling. Others warned that he would get banned on the spot. Regardless, Jarvis followed through with his plans and went live at exactly 6PM PST for a quick Fortnite stream
The stream was quick – but it wasn’t because of Jarvis. Fortnite was quick to ban Jarvis once again despite his efforts to mask his identity, lobby, and map
Jarvis lasted a good 15 minutes before he got one pumped by the Fortnite developers. Banned players are not allowed to play on alternative accounts and streaming the terms of service violation is a surefire way to get shut down
While Fortnite takes their player safety quite seriously, some theories suggest that Jarvis wasn’t actually breaking any rules. It’s possible he was simply live streaming pre recorded footage of a player getting banned after a few games meaning the entire situation is a hoax
I doubt that Jarvis is that short-sighted to permanently burn a potentially repairable bridge with Epic Games. He’s also on Faze Clan, an organization which holds an active Fortnite roster. Everything smells a little too fishy for me to blindly believe
We’ll keep you updated on this developing situation