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Fortnite Battle Royale • Jun 14, 2018

You Can Finally See How Ninja Made Myth Fall to His Death Thanks to Fortnite's Brilliant New Pro-Am VODs

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You Can Finally See How Ninja Made Myth Fall to His Death Thanks to Fortnite's Brilliant New Pro-Am VODs

One of the greatest mysteries to come out of the first ever $3,000,000 Fortnite Pro-Am was “how on earth did Myth manage to fall to his death AGAIN?!”. Now, we have the answer.

TSM’s Ali ‘Myth’ Kabbani is regarded as one of the best Fortnite Battle Royale players on Earth. There’s only one problem: every time he plays in a LAN setting he seems to end up dying to fall damage.

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The issue originally occurred at an event hosted by Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins but it became even more of a meme when he died to fall damage yet again during the Fortnite Pro-Am tournament on June 12th.

Nobody saw what happened but Myth would later take to Twitter to say that Ninja had thrown a C4 which had caused the mishap but nobody was able to actually go back and watch it.

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At least, they couldn’t until the June 14th V4.4.1 Fortnite patch which made the Pro-Am matches available to the view in the Battle Royale client for all players.

One dedicated fan, ignvoiager on Reddit, has used that new feature to go back and watch exactly how Myth’s night was ruined by the eventual Pro-Am champion. The clip can be viewed below.

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We actually feel rather sorry Myth. There’s something painful about watching his world come crashing down on him like this at the hands of none of other than Ninja.

However, we wouldn’t say no to seeing a clip of his reaction at the exact moment that he realized he was about to “take the L” in front of hundreds of thousands of people.... Again.

If you haven't seen the video from the Pro-Am where Myth speaks about the one thing he wants to avoid, check it out below.

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