Clix apologizes for leaving Ninja Battles for a Fortnite Cash Cup
Inja Battles revealed us that invitational Fortnite tournaments might be more interesting to watch than those who have open qualifiers. It also demonstrated that they can be equally poisonous.
The professional Fortnite community is notoriously young, with the densest number of opponents in their adolescents. After Ninja Battles Week 1, we found just two high profile pros issue apologies for their actions throughout the tournament.
The first to apologize was ZexRow, who has since been banned from future events due to his own cuss-filled rant on Ninja’s stream. You may read more about that scenario within our full article here.
ZexRow chomping on a bar of soap #NinjaBattles #Fortnite
Could it be for calling Ninja — the tournament organizer who set up his own money to sponsor an event –“literally **king dogs**t”? Not precisely.
Clix issued an apology to leaving the occasion early and leaving his teammates, BrookeAB and Furious, high and dry. He stated he talked to the duo prior to the championship and cautioned them that he’d be leaving. In his apology, Clix confessed that he”could have handled things better”
The two made it seem as a no-brainer as to why he was leaving.
Clix released this apology a few hours following the event finished, however, it remains to be seen whether he’ll get an invite in the future. BrookeAB was the one who was invited in the squad, therefore Ninja might well tell her to not invite him again.
There’s plenty of play in the competitive Fortnite scene, even at a healthy event like Ninja Battles. 1 thing’s for certain: this was clearly one of the very entertaining Fortnite championships in recent memory.