Some Electronic Arts employees have hacked their personal Twitter accounts after a prominent FIFA player made a life-long suspension Official events for his "offensive, harassing and vulgar" behavior.
The player Kurt "Kurt0411" Fenech has been the subject of several disciplinary actions by EA in recent years, which are outlined in the official announcement of Fenechs Ban . Basically, the type is very angry with FIFA and uses its YouTube channel to spit things like EA scarves and the creators of the series as "cowards" too
Following the ban and the report from Eurogamer last week a number of EA employees working on the FIFA Series hacked the account to display messages supporting Fenech, including One who announced with Photoshop an official EA announcement saying "Kurt0411 was not locked".
Of course, he's not suspended, it's probably never going to be, and will continue to release some frightening videos on his YouTube page, where he and all the other viewers are located. Take a video game about football too seriously .
As an example and as Eurogamer highlight he told his viewers only last week things like "In reality, every single one of these employees has been hurting. The last games should now be unemployed. "We deserve justice, we've earned a damned football game."