Former Fortnite World Champion Apologises for Snaking in the FNCS Tournament

Published 07/15/2021, 7:35 AM EDT


The North American East Fortnite Pro Scene has underwent some major changes since the end of Season 6. A lot of trios have shuffled immensely from replacing members to even disbanding popular the entire thing. Following their disappointing performance in Season 6, Bugha even left his star-studded teammates in Bizzle and Clix.

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Fans have patiently waited a long time for Bugha to announce his new trio. He even played some matches with C9 Avery, before he left him for Deyy and Mero. In the end, his snaky move has caused a chain of events in the North American East pro scene, and now Bugha has had to apologize for his mistake.

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Former Fortnite World Champion Bugha apologizes for his snaky move

Following Bugha’s decision to play with Deyy and Mero, Avery has had to return to his old trio of Stretch and Saf. But they had already moved on and have stated their intention to not play with him anymore. However, Avery won’t back down, and he won’t sign the papers to leave the trio. Along with that, Deyy and Mero’s former teammate, Reverse2K who is a former FNCS champion is now looking for a new team as well, following the addition of Bugha.

All the drama and the beef stemmed from Bugha’s decision to leave Avery and join Deyy and Mero. He recently apologized for leaving Avery out to dry. But he has mentioned that he left him because of their difference in making play calls and being the trio’s in-game leader. He noted that Avery’s calls made him a bit inconsistent in his overall play, which factored in his decision to leave.

Bugha fighting against the hate from the community

Bugha has received a lot of hate over the past few days for his decision to snake Avery. But in his recent tweets, he said that he had a discussion with his teammates to make sure that they had a plan before they disbanded. Along with that, he also mentioned that he is dealing with the hate from the Fortnite quite well. But, he berated them for attacking players like him, and noted that they should know that professionals like him might get hurt over comments like these.

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In the end, it seems like the NA East pro scene will undergo major changes in the upcoming days. Fans will hear more news about players moving from one trio to another, and this might not be the last beef coming out of it.

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Rupesh Nair

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Rupesh is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. Currently a student at Mumbai University, he has been involved with eSports since his childhood. Having played titles like Fallout 4, Minecraft, FIFA, Portal 2 and Halo 4 extensively, Rupesh has a deep understanding of the sport.

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