Fortnite World Cup Champion Bugha Gets ‘Competitive Warning’ After Teaming Allegations In FNCS Solos

Nawshad Noor
By Nawshad Noor
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Kyle ‘Bugha’ Giersdorf got a competitive warning from Epic Games for his teaming allegations in the FNCS solos event.

Bugha is a competitive Fortnite player who won the first Fortnite World Cup (Solo) on 28 July 2019. He is a competitive player for the org Sentinels. He won $3 million for winning the world cup.

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Recently He was accused of teaming in the Competitive FNCS solos event. Apparently he was in a Discord call with Owl who was also taking part in the FNCS solos event. When Co1azo killed Bugha he told Owl, “Bro Sh*t on this kid Owl”. Owl also died to Co1azo.

A lot of people on Reddit asked if this practice is allowed in a tournament. Bugha was in a discord call with another player Owl who was also taking part in the same tournament. The tournament was solos. He also told Owl to kill the guy that killed Bugha.

Bugha Gets a Competitive Warning

Bugha shared on his twitter that he got a behaviour warning from Epic games.

The warning states, “Due to your recent actions, you have been issued a competitive warning for: Collusion/Match Fixing. Please refrain from repeat offenses or you may receive an account ban”

This warning was due to the Bugha, Owl teaming allegations. Apparently a lot of pro players are doing things like these. lets see what what Epic games does in order to prevent stuff like these.

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Nawshad Noor is a former Editor at GameRiv.