One thing needs to be clear with Fortnite content creators, it\u2019s a big risk if you cheat or break the terms of service agreement.\r\n\r\nEpic Games has launched a crusade against gamers that don\u2019t follow the contract, most notably <a href="https:\/\/happygamer.com\/popular-fortnite-player-faze-jarvis-permanently-banned-from-the-game-after-he-was-caught-cheating-36052\/" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">FaZe Jarvis, who was permanently banned from Fortnite for using an aimbot.<\/a>\r\n\r\nAnother content creator has been taken down by Epic, and that\u2019s Zarby. He has until December 30th at which point his YouTube account will be deleted.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/Zarby\/status\/1198136535968673793\r\n\r\nZarby, who is a part of Ghost Gaming, was promoting skin and account selling websites in his YouTube videos. This violates Epic Games\u2019 terms of service, and they have subsequently rained copyright strikes down onto the young gamer.\r\n\r\nIt looks like Epic Games delivered copyright strikes one and after the other. Zarby reached the maximum of three all at once.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/Zarby\/status\/1198202461556576257\r\n\r\nTalk about a true-life lesson. Now, one can absolutely sympathize with Zarby. Over 550 thousand YouTube subscribers, hundreds of videos, and millions of views, all gone. However, he even admits that he knows he deserves the ban.\r\n\r\nBuying Fortnite products from a party that isn\u2019t Epic Games is clearly prohibited, and Zarby knows that. It was a risk vs. reward situation for him.\r\n\r\nThis comes during a crossroads in Zarby\u2019s content creation career. He recently moved and has been planning a super grind to enhance his content.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/Zarby\/status\/1198401134064308224\r\n\r\nGetting a copyright strike is a tough thing to fight on YouTube. Unless the gamer can prove that they didn\u2019t do anything illegal, the strikes will stay. Users can dispute a strike with YouTube, and Zarby did just that. But it didn\u2019t work.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/Zarby\/status\/1199638578344513537\r\n\r\nPromoting account selling is against Epic Games\u2019 terms of service agreement. It's black and white. He had nothing to lose by disputing the claim, but the odds of getting it overturned were minimal.\r\n\r\nNow Zarby needs to start from square one. He isn\u2019t banned from Fortnite like Jarvis is, so that\u2019s an optimistic way for him to look at the situation.\r\n\r\nHe has already created a new YouTube account, and honestly, this may make him more famous than he already was. People like controversy and they may be drawn to him. The opposite may also happen, which is probably more likely. It will be interesting to see if Epic Games leaves Zarby alone and lets him change his ways, or if they do what they can to make sure that he switches to another game.