FaZe Jarvis moving on to Modern Warfare after permanent Fortnite ban
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Former Fortnite professional player and current FaZe member Jarvis “Jarvis” Kaye has made a decision on his future. He was famously banned from Fortnite last month after using an aimbot in a public match. After some appeals, Epic Games upheld his permanent ban, meaning he can no longer play Fortnite casually and competitively. However, this doesn’t appear to be stopping Jarvis from pursuing some form of gaming. In an interview with TMZ, Jarvis revealed that he’s moving on from the battle royale to play Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

FaZe Jarvis transitions to Modern Warfare

While Jarvis isn’t as much of a gamer as he used to be, he still uploads gaming YouTube videos. However, recently he’s become more of a vlogger with his brother, Frazier “FaZe Kay” Kaye. Nonetheless, that may change with his recent announcement.

In an informal interview with TMZ, Jarvis claimed he is going to start focusing on Modern Warfare. What he means by this is unclear, as there are multiple avenues to take with Call of Duty. Here’s the video TMZSports uploaded to its YouTube channel:

While not an official announcement, Jarvis is claiming he’s going to “completely destroy” Modern Warfare. Not only that, but the England-native also said: “I’m going to snipe in that game; we’re going to get cracked.”

This player is naturally gifted with a controller, so Modern Warfare should come relatively easily to him. However, Jarvis has the option to either play casually only or try the competitive scene. Online tournaments are a fairly popular stream of content on Twitch and YouTube.

We should know more about the FaZe member’s intentions with Modern Warfare in the coming weeks. If he stays true to his word, Call of Duty may have another talented sniper in the scene.

What do you think Jarvis will do? Let us know, and keep up with Daily Esports for all Modern Warfare coverage.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.