Call of Duty Warzone: 5-year-old pro player pretends to be banned by popularity

Call of Duty Warzone: 5-year-old pro player pretends to be banned by popularity
the story we are about to tell you has some absurdity. A 5-year-old Call of Duty Warzone pro player named Rowdy Rogan and his family pretend to be banned for more popularity. The confession of the child and parents who used the excuse as a springboard for a viral video on the web arrives these days. But first of all let's take a step back: Who is Rowdy Rogan?

Last April some videos of the child caused a sensation on the web, both positively and negatively. Tale Rowdy, just 5, wowed by making a series of impressive games on Call of Duty Warzone, released in March of this year. Obviously the clips went viral, so much so that it even managed to embarrass some of the most famous players of the FaZe Clan, one of the most famous esports organizations in the world.

As some of you know, Rogan was banned from Warzone on stream tonight. The Team and us are currently trying to handle the situation and will keep you guys updated. Thank you for all the support. #FreeRogan

- RowdyRogan (@RowdyRogan) December 10, 2020

Last week, on his Twitter profile, he posted a clip where it clearly showed that his Warzone account was permanently banned. The many fans immediately thought of Activision's Terms and Conditions which expressly mention that no person under the age of 13 can play Call of Duty Warzone, and all the other titles in the franchise, which have subsequently moved on to social networks for find out the real reason for this sad ban.

Rogan, in these days he confessed everything, declaring, together with his parents, that it was just a joke for the creation of a viral video to join the Faze Clan. A truly absurd story, which brought the hashtag #FreeRogan on Twitter for a short time. We can say "everything is good that ends well", but let's try to think about the story for a second. Do you have to go beyond the limit to have a minimum of extra visibility? After all, it is not the first time that we have heard stories of this kind, but it is really absurd to see a family put their 5-year-old child in the spotlight, encouraging them to have successes to make themselves happy, first of all.

What do you think of this news? Were you aware of this Call of Duty Warzone pro player? Let us know in the comments below in the dedicated section. As always, we invite you to stay tuned to our pages for future updates of the title published by Activison.

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