OpTic Gaming's Jack "CouRage" Dunlop clapped back hilariously when eUnited posted a clip of their Fortnite players taking him out, mocking their Call of Duty and Fortnite teams wins.
CouRage and eUnited are of course familiar thanks to his time in Call of Duty as a caster, and his own dad is said to be big fans of the North American organization.
CouRage was playing in a duo scrim alongside Cloud9's 'Hysteria' when he came up against eUnited Fortnite players 'Amaize' and 'Ashton', who took them out with ease.
eUnited posted the clip to Twitter saying they would ask their players to 'take it easy' on CouRage next time.
But CouRage was ready with the quick rebuttal, first saying he was better than both eUnited's CoD and Fortnite teams, to which eUnited responded saying only as a caster.
But CouRage wasn't done there, as he pointed out eUnited's CoD teams lack of championships in the WWII season, as well as the earnings of their Fortnite roster.
He is referring to the exhibition match played for CoD: WWII at the start of the season, which he played and won alongside professional players Jordan "JKap" Kaplan, Dave "Dqvee" Davies and Thomas "Tommey" Trewren.
He actually beat Justin "SiLLY" Fargo at the event, who was an eUnited player at the time.
While CouRage has made some cash from playing Fortnite through the Summer Skirmish, but his biggest "winnings" actually came through a $70,000 donation from YouTuber Mr. Beast, promised to him if he won a solo game.
For eUnited's Fortnite roster, the future is certainly bright, with the Summer Skirmish still on-going as well as the upcoming 'Fortnite World Cup', which is expected to boast the majority of the $100 million planned prize pool from Epic Games.
As for eUnited's CoD team, they only have one event left to get a LAN victory under their belts in the WWII season, and it's the big one - the CWL Championship.