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Ninja weighs in on FaZe’s Jarvis, says content creators should never be banned

Ninja thinks the rules shouldn’t count for him and Jarvis Kaye
The king of Fortnite has commented on the ongoing controversy over FaZe Clan’s Jarvis Kaye and implies he should be above the law.
You’d expect Ninja, real name Richard Tyler Blevins, to have a unique perspective on the situation with FaZe Clan’s Jarvis Kaye but the usually mellow streaming star has got uncharacteristically angry about the whole thing.
Jarvis Kaye caught a lifetime ban from Fortnite for posting videos on YouTube of him using aimbots, which is expressly forbidden by Epic Games as it encourages cheating and hacking the game.
Everyone from the rest of FaZe Clan to Kaye’s mum has tried to get the ban overturned but according to Ninja he should never have been banned at all, simply because he’s a content creator.

Ninja isn’t suggesting that ordinary people shouldn’t be banned for cheating or other offences, instead he thinks content creators like him and Kaye should be treated differently.
‘There’s a difference between a content creator who has millions of subscribers, who then gets banned from what makes him money, and some kid who is just a piece of **** who has zero followers, zero money from gaming and hacks,’ said Ninja on Mixer.
‘You ban that kid and nothing happens to him. Nothing happens. Oh no! He can’t cheat any more. You ban Jarvis, it’s different.’
As you can imagine, many people didn’t take kindly to Ninja’s suggestion that he and other streamers should be above the law but he’s shown no sign of backing down:
‘A content creator cheating, whose entire life is about the game he’s playing, and then some random who has no YouTube channel, no Twitter account – he doesn’t even care, he just cheats, he has to hack – you ban one, you ruin his life. You ban the other, he makes another account and keeps cheating.’
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Ninja also compared the situation to Logan Paul, who has never been seriously punished for any of his misdeeds on YouTube, such as filming a corpse in Japan .
‘In that aspect, he was a YouTuber, a big one, and he didn’t get banned. YouTube decided that he was big enough to not get banned,’ said Ninja.
Epic Games has still not commented on the situation and so far there’s no sign they have any intention of reversing or shortening the ban.
But rather than Ninja’s argument, the best reason to think the ban is unfair is that professional players have received much more lenient punishments in the past, including XXiF who cheated at the Fortnite World Cup, was banned for only two weeks, and went on to renter the tournament with no problems.
The difference from Epic Games’ point of view is that Kaye was encouraging other people to cheat by posting the videos, whereas XXiF and others were not.

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