Zayt Accuses Tfue, Other Fortnite Pros of Using Macros

Fortnite pro Zayt accused several other pros of using macros, a violation of Fortnite's rules.
Fortnite pro Zayt accused several other pros of using macros, a violation of Fortnite's rules. / Courtesy of Epic Games

Fortnite professional player Williams "Zayt" Aubin accused Turner "Tfue" Tenney, Anthony "ZexRow' Colandro, Logan "Bucke" Eschenburg, Leon "Khanada" Khim, Dominick "UnknownxArmy" Green and Nate "Kreo" Kou of using macros Monday.

Using macros, which allow players to perform complex actions normally requiring multiple inputs with a single input, is against the Fortnite rules. Macros make it significantly easier to use "double-movement," a technique that allows players to move twice as fast.

In since-deleted tweets, Zayt promised to "expose all the pros that use double movement macros." He then named the six players he believed had used macros. He offered no evidence to back his claim.

Several of the accused players responded to Zayt by mocking the accusations rather than outright denying them. Tfu and Zexrow did not respond at all.

FortniteIntel reached out to Zayt following the tweets for clarification. He reportedly responding saying he had "0 evidence of anyone except Tfue, currently," using macros. Of the other players he accused, he said, "I'm pretty sure they are all legit."

Zayt has made no further accusations.