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EA Staff accounts hacked after YouTuber was banned for "Vulgar" comments



Nz. Kurt "Kurt0411" Fenech.

Many Electronic Arts employees have hacked their personal Twitter accounts after prominent ones FIFA the player has been banned for life from official events for their "offensive, abusive and vulgar" behavior.

The player, Kurt "Kurt0411" Fenech, has been the subject of several EA disciplinary actions over the past few years, which are presented here in the official Fenech ban notice. Basically the guy is very Angry at FIFAand uses its YouTube channel to do things like spitting on EA's headscarves and calling the creators of the show "cowards."

After the ban and as Eurogamer report, many EA employees involved in FIFA their accounts were hacked to display messages supporting Fenech, including one that officially announced in Photoshop that "Kurt0411 was banned."

Of course, he is not banned, he probably will never, and he still puts some scary videos on his YouTube page, where he and all viewers take a football video game way too seriously.

For example, and as Eurogamer attraction, he told his viewers last week such things as: "In fact, every one of those employees who worked on the last pair of games should be unemployed now" and "It's about the damn time you care about us." We deserve justice. We deserve a damn football game. "


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