South Korean Fortnite Pro FaxFox Quits Fortnite

Nawshad Noor
By Nawshad Noor
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Credit: FaxFox

South Korean Fortnite pro FaxFox recently announced on his Twitter that he is officially quitting.

Park “FaxFox” Sung-Bin is a Korean Fortnite Esports player. He was part of OP Gaming from July of 2018 to Sept 2019. He is a consistent player from the Asia region placing fairly high in tournaments. Recently FaxFox announced on his Twitter that he is leaving the competitive pro scene for good.

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FaxFox’s Announcement:

FaxFox recently made an announcement confirming his retirement. His Tweet simply says, “Quit Fortnite”.

Below is a link to Twitlonger where we get the full context. Basically, FaxFox lost the will and passion to participate in Fortnite competitively. He then thanked everyone for supporting him for 3 years and wished everyone good luck for the future.

FaxFox Twitlonger
FaxFox Twitlonger Credit: FaxFox Twitter

He also left a message for his Japanese supporters saying, “日本人の友達、本当にありがとうございます。お疲れ様でした。 <3” which translates to “Thank you very much for your Japanese friends. Thank you for your hard work”.

FaxFox Tweet google translation
Google Translation of FaxFox’s Tweet

The competitive Fortnite scene is already in shambles with the reduced prize pool and pros losing motivation to compete. Hopefully Epic can bring the Fortnite Competitive scene back to its former glory back going forward.

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Nawshad Noor is a former Editor at GameRiv.