In the last hours, the web is moving the story of the young Zyl, a Fortnite Battle Royale player who is broadcasting his games on Twitch for 10 hours a day with the sole aim of accumulating enough donations to be able to finance the care of his father, who has cancer.
Live coverage on the Twitch channel, ZylTV, began less than two weeks ago and, thanks to the growing popularity of the boy’s exploits, 20,000 followers have already been reached and more than $12,000 have been donated. Also contributing to the cause were Fortnite Battle Royale’s professional players like FaZe Megga, Misfits Clix and Snood. Another gesture of great generosity was then made by the pro players Xxif and Ronaldo, who offered Zyl and his father tickets to attend the Fortnite World Cup in New York.
In short, if you often criticize the Fortnite Battle Royale community and its younger players, this time there is very little to say about it.
Have you already read about the Fortnite Xbox Cup, the tournament organized by Microsoft with a prize pool of one million dollars?