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Fortnite Battle Royale • Nov 29, 2018

CouRage hits out at Fornite pros for complaining about the game

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CouRage hits out at Fornite pros for complaining about the game

Jack ‘CouRage’ Dunlop has hit out at other professional Fortnite players who are complaining about Fortnite and its upcoming $1 million open tournament, but making money from the game anyway.

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The former Call of Duty esports caster let loose during a Twitch stream on Tuesday, November 27, saying that he's now frustrated to the point where he’s muting people.

“[100T] Parallax is someone I muted in a heartbeat,” he said. “I don’t think I’ve seen him say a positive thing, ever. I just had to mute him.

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“Nice dude, but man, it’s incredible how much he just spews out the bad stuff when they’re doing very, very good things. People are so quick to hate on something and then plug their creator code next because they’re making money off their creator code.” 

The streamer emphasized that there are issues with the game and when he notices a problem, he posts about it. Yet, when it comes to seeing complaints about the launch of a $1 million Fortnite tournament, he’s not a happy man.

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“For me to go and be upset that there’s a $1 million open tournament, everyone gets tilted at it. You get tilted at it. Not every pro player is going to qualify, there’s RNG, it’s a battle royale, you deal with it.”

Fornite's 'Winter Royale' event, which Dunlop referred to, was an online competition that was completely open to all players across Europe and North America. 

The qualification stages of the tournament have already passed but the competition's finals will kick off on Friday, November 30, in Europe and December 11 in North America.

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