After’ smurfing’ for simpler games on 30 September, Fortnite pro ‘Aydan’ Conrad had his account banned live on youtube for ‘exploitation.’
Aydan is a skilled gamer who signs up to Ghost Gaming who is also a very famous streamer for his skills as a controller in Fortnite, as well as a top competitor in large competitions.
Aydan came on an alt website rather than his primary profile, in an effort to get “heavy kills” in trios mode, and asked subscribers to enter his lobby.
Those customers would just jump off the map at the beginning of the match so that Aydan could pass through all the opposing teams alone to try to fight a lot.
His spectators were told the technique, and participants in his office were quick enough to assist him out with his plan.
“So, I’m doing the three-arena, I need to have two individuals that I can trust, preferably sub-arena that have the number of points that I have or less, in my office in which I can queue for trio, and then you guys can just jump off the map at once.”
The account was banned for 24 hours, but Aydan chuckled at it just because he was still intact with his primary account.
After he prohibited his fresh account, he just transferred to his primary Ghost Aydan account and streamed and played.
Some people suggest that this’ smurfing’ has nothing incorrect because of the lengthy queue moments during high levels play, as FaZe Jaomock, the pro golfer, pointed out.