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SerpentAU Banned From Fortnite After Cheating Apology

SerpentAU has been banned from Fortnite as it seems an apology isn’t enough after cheating allegations. SerpentAU, known as one of the fastest Fortnite builders in the world, used Marcos to achieve his success. After first denying the allegations, SerpentAU then released an apology.

SerpentAU banned from Fortnite

SerpentAU, the Australian YouTuber, has over 500,000 subscribers and over 36 million views across the board. He’s very popular in gaming community for being one of the fastest Fortnite builders in the world.

SerpentAU announced the news of his ban to his fans on Twitter in a short tweet.

Here is his apology letter that he published after accepting that he has used macros to get advantage:

SerpentAU Apology

Dear friends and fans,

I am truly very sorry for the actions I took; I don’t condone cheating in any way and I am disappointed in myself for going down this route. During the entire course of this, I didn’t properly understand the severity of what I was doing. Nobody other than myself knew about my actions until after my response and I want to keep everybody that supported me separated from my wrongdoings. I take full responsibility for what I did, nobody should be shamed for supporting me or associating with me in the past. Especially, please don’t send hate to Tweaks or EJ.

I saw an opportunity and decided to take it, without properly considering who it would affect along the way. This is entirely my fault and I will be taking a break for some time. My actions were blurred by the money, influence and experiences I was having, ones that I never thought in a million years would become true. I can only learn from my mistakes, what I did was very wrong, it will never happen again and while I would love for you guys to forgive me, I understand if you don’t.

Once again, I am truly, truly sorry for what I did. I wish you all the best and thank you for reading what I had to say.

Sincerest apologies,

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