Faced with a phenomenon as big as Fortnite, it is not surprising that individuals appear ready to take advantage of resorting to completely reprehensible strategies. In YouTube there is a huge proliferation of scammers willing to cheat players, in a trend that has grown in parallel to the popularity of the game and has in the fake events of Fortune one of its best exponents.
These harmful users, known in the community as ” scammers ” put in their sights younger or naive fans in order to increase the numbers of subscribers and donations. Since Epic Games tries to keep its user community active, making continuous modifications of the game through multitudinous events, which are presented gradually for weeks. Some ” scammers ” They try to replicate this system to their benefit. Hence, it is not strange to find many live broadcasts that are apparently broadcasting some kind of official event when, in reality, nothing is happening.
These broadcasts resort to all kinds of tricks, from the skillfully minted miniature, to make erratic movements between cries of emotion, to simulate that some type of event is taking place in the field of play. While it is true that they do not oblige anyone to follow their content or offer their money, they are issuing content by presenting it in a way that does not correspond to reality. Epic Games always communicates its events through its official networks and with an extraordinary visibility, if one of these events is presented outside these channels, it is most likely not real. The event that is completely official, and that can make you win up to 3 million dollars, is this new tournament in which Fortnite and ElRubius allied