Fortnite Battle Royale is one of the hottest games out right now, and with the hype also comes the cheaters who want to get a one up on any and everyone. PubG has a lot of “stream-snipers” among others who live to kill a popular streamer live, but this act with Fortnite is a slightly different case.
According to our source, Epic Games will be taking legal action against two associates of the website called Addicted Cheats who used aimbotting to kill Twitch streamers playing the game.
In order to utilize aimbotting, you need to modify the code of the game. According to Epic Games, this is a direct violation of the End User License Agreement. One of the defendants has been banned nine times and continues to come back with different names to continue playing. His response when asked why he does it: “Because its [sic] fun to rage and see streamers cry about how loaded they are and then get them stomped anyways.”
I feel that people are just bored and jealous of what someone else has made for themselves. They like to see other people suffer and will do the most to make sure others can’t have a good time. We will see where this case goes with the alledged cheaters.