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Fortnite Battle Royale • Aug 22, 2018

Fortnite Pro Vivid Hits Back at TFUE After Losing in a Scrim

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Fortnite Pro Vivid Hits Back at TFUE After Losing in a Scrim
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FaZe’s TFUE and Fortnite Pro Vivid met in one of Fortnite’s unranked scrims, and things got a bit ugly between the two post-match.

Upon winning the scrim, massively popular streamer and pro gamer TFUE made some harsh remarks toward Vivid's performance.

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In a four-team lobby, Vivid went against TFUE in an unranked scrimmage. Vivid ultimately lost to TFUE’s team, taken out by a player with only 3 HP left. However, Vivid assured viewers that he wasn’t taking the game seriously in response to the chat's exasperation.

“It’s just a game, man. It’s a four-team lobby. If I wanted him dead, I would have just fazed through with a drum gun and killed him… he had 3 HP left, which means he deserved to die. I shot twenty bullets at him and I was flying in the air.”

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TFUE’s team win was a soaring success in his eyes. On his own stream, TFUE popped off in an R-rated celebration, making some untoward comments in regards to his opponent.

“Oh, he’s like, ‘Oh, he’s so weak, I got this! Suck my peen, dog! Get outta here, dude!”

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Vivd’s response was measured, and he went on to say that he supports the Fortnite community in spite of the ill-treatment. 

“I can’t even have fun in a fucking scrim game anymore without getting shit-talked. It’s bad. I stand by the Fortnite community so much, and shit like this happens. Why would I care about a random-ass scrim with five people in it? I mean hey, if he wants to sweat and talk shit because he killed me today, his ego must need a little boost or something.”

This interaction echoes the tensions in competitive Fortnite. With $100 million on the line for the game in the 2018-2019 season, the pressure is on - and things could get even more intense in the future.

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