Kurt0411 managed to roast Ninja and EA at the same time after the Fortnite streamer said he’d be able to learn FIFA in a week.
The outspoken FIFA pro often lets his viewers know about his disdain for EA during his streams.
After seeing a tweet from Major League Soccer that asked if Ninja had what it takes to compete against FIFA pros, Kurt couldn’t resist.
Ninja said all he’d need was a week before he’d be able to compete with the best of the best. He even revealed retired NFL pro Chad Johnson challenged him once. Johnson, who at one point legally changed his last name to Ochocinco, frequently challenges fans to FIFA matches on Twitter.
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“I mean, (Chad) Ochocinco challenged me like a year ago and I never took him up on that,” Ninja said. “Who knows, actually, give me like a week in that game bro and I’d be good.”
Once Kurt saw this, he did his best to keep the Fortnite streamer from ever trying the game by subtly roasting both him and EA.
“Ninja after he clicks a button and nothing happens,” he tweeted with a GIF of one of Ninja’s iconic rages. “Stick to playing games which have no delay, no dynamic difficulty adjustment and no broken mechanics you lucky [son of a b**ch].”
Ninja after he clicks a button and nothing happens. Stick to playing games which have no delay, no dynamic difficulty adjustment and no broken mechanics you lucky sob pic.twitter.com/lfVKTyACfF
— Kurt (@Kurt0411Fifa) February 7, 2020
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It’s definitely more of an indictment on the state of FIFA than it is Ninja. Kurt is essentially saying the Mixer streamer has it better on Fortnite, or any other game for that matter, than he would have it on the EA title.
Of course, Fortnite players would argue their game isn’t necessarily in a good spot either. With the onset of Chapter 2, Epic Games stopped consistently releasing patch notes for each update, and it forced players to figure out what changed on their own.
Kurt’s issues with EA run deep, evidenced by his multiple bans from the publisher. Back in November, the pro was banned from all FIFA 20 tournaments for spitting on the logo during a stream.
That hasn’t stopped him from playing the game still, but he just can’t compete in a professional setting anymore.