FaZe's Cizzorz Hits Insane, No-Scope Trick Shot with Hunting Rifle to Get Victory Royale in Fortnite - Dexerto

FaZe’s Cizzorz Hits Insane, No-Scope Trick Shot with Hunting Rifle to Get Victory Royale in Fortnite

Published: 17/Jul/2018 3:03 Updated: 26/Jul/2018 12:07

by Albert Petrosyan


It appears that some of FaZe Clan’s famous trick shooting has blended over from Call of Duty to Fortnite: Battle Royale.

One of their Fortnite content creators, Jack ‘Cizzorz,’ showcased some of his talent on July 16 with an insane, game-winning kill that involved a no-scope trick shot.

The popular YouTuber was playing Fortnite along with some friends when he found himself in an end-game situation in Tilted Towers with only one other player left alive.

Taking a high ground position, Cizzorz would end up finding his lone opponent hiding in one of the towers, and proceeded to pull off this magnificent trick shot.

The overall setup of the kill was very clever; Cizzorz knew that using a bounce pad to propel himself off of his ledge would ensure that he would not take any fall damage should he miss his snipe.

However, he did not miss. In fact, he ended up not even having to aim as his no-scope shot hit the enemy player square and true, with the new slow motion Victory Royale animation kicking in right at the end.

Perhaps the best part of the whole clip is the group’s reaction; after hitting the shot, they almost couldn’t do or say anything except yell out in excitement at the incredible shot Cizzorz had just hit.

Who can blame them? In all honesty, it was a reaction worthy of the shot.


Fortnite World Cup winner Aqua allegedly banned for FNCS stream-sniping

Published: 25/Oct/2020 0:00 Updated: 25/Oct/2020 1:12

by Theo Salaun


Fortnite World Cup champion and Season 4 FNCS competitor, David ‘aqua’ Wang has been accused of stream-sniping and subsequently been punished by an alleged ban by Epic Games.

At 17 years old, aqua represented his home country of Austria to the fullest by winning the 2019 Fortnite World Cup’s Duos event with Norway’s Emil ‘Nyhrox’ Bergquist. With a smooth $1.5 million earned from the World Cup, he’s since signed with Cooler Esport and continued to win competitions across Europe.

Most recently, aqua’s trio (with Rezon and Noahreyli) have been participating in FNCS Europe and, following the Week 3 semis, have been accused of stream-sniping another popular trio: Benjy ‘Benjyfishy’ Fish, Martin ‘MrSavage’ Andersen, and Kevin ‘LeTsHe’ Fedjuschkin.

Although fans initially deemed aqua’s behavior suspicious, things quickly escalated. With Benjyfishy’s team unable to qualify for the Week 3 finals and the discovery that aqua was watching MrSavage’s stream during the competition, the controversy has spiraled.

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A screenshot of MrSavage’s Twitch stream showing that aqua was watching during the event.

Following condemnations of the World Cup winner’s team, rumors began circulating that aqua, Rezon, and Noahreyli had been banned by Epic Games from participating past the first match of the Finals. 

Although many fans were delighted to hear the news, it was never officially legitimized and has since been made even more unclear by responses from some of the involved parties.

After the rumor mill buzzed with the reports that aqua’s team was banned from competing, he took to Twitter and gave a concise clarification denying those allegations: “We are not banned, we just don’t wanna play. It’s boring without early fighting Benjy.”

Given the difficulty inherent to confirming someone was in fact stream-sniping and didn’t coincidentally run into a fellow streamer, many believe it is unlikely that the World Cup winner has actually been exiled from the competition.

Additionally, some have noted that bans typically result in removal from the leaderboard, something that aqua’s team has not been hit with.


As for how the players are handling it, aqua and Benjyfishy have simply joked about the incident for hours. Neither side appears to be nearly as angry as some fans have been, instead, laughing at the drama and sharing memes.


While whatever’s going on behind the scenes may remain unclear, all players involved are more than good enough to qualify for the Season 4 FNCS Finals at some point, if they haven’t already, so it seems that no one’s really that bothered by the situation, ban or no ban.

We will continue to update this article with more details as they become available.