Streamer and professional FIFA player “Kurt0411” had a lot of problems with EA. The streamer constantly showed abusive behavior towards the company, during live streams and social media. His supporters went above and beyond to damage EA. Some Fenech supporters hacked into FIFA Community management social media accounts.

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Kurt Fenech was not so happy with the ban. He kept arguing that EA had banned him from telling an opponent “suck my balls, you son of a bitch” and that it was unfair. He also told his supporters that he was banned for abusing on stream and talking about EA on multiple occasions.

“Anyone that plays videogames has said that before to their opponents, especially in FIFA. The difference is, I’ve got a live camera in front of me,” he says in the video. “Does that change things? No. I don’t care. I don’t give a shit that there’s a camera in front of me. Why do I have to change what I say because there’s a camera in front of me?”

Kurt0411 took this so serious, that he even made a “diss track” on EA.

The ban was meant to give Kurt0411 a lesson, hence, improve his behaviour. However, he kept talking against EA. Now, EA has decided that they will ban him both from FIFA Competitions and all EA games & services.

“Since that time, Kurt has continued to post abusive and threatening messages and videos about EA employees and competitive players on social media and he has encouraged others to do the same. His messages have crossed a line of decency into very personal attacks and breach our Terms of Service, We will not tolerate threatening behavior. As a result, today Kurt0411’s EA account will be banned from playing our games and accessing our services due to these serious and repeated violations.”

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Fenech said that they did not ban me because I was abusing or talking against them. He said that EA had banned him because I was the 2nd biggest streamer of their games, and I could have overtaken their golden boy.

“End of the day I have never said anything I shouldn’t have. This is just deeper than anyone thinks,” he tweeted. “They didn’t want me competing at events cos they were scared I’d win them, now I’m the 2nd biggest streamer of their games and they’re scared I’ll overtake their golden boy.”

Fenech is referring to Edin “Castro-1021” Castro. Surprisingly, Fenech was banned in November 2019 after he interrupted Castro during a live-streamed interview. His interruption caused a lot of criticism on EA, and I think EA decided to respond with different reasons. Furthermore, Fenech has said that he won’t leave so quietly. The player will take action against this unfairness.

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