One of the best cellphone players in Fortnite Battle Royale has responded to his doubts with the only way he knows how – by proving his skills.
As the most famous maker of Fortnite mobile content, the exploits of AdamxLegend are often questioned and doubted by other players, including prominent people like Twitch streamer Ninja, who openly said that he "would not trust any player or cellular score."
However, in response to visible criticism, YouTuber published a video that featured the gameplay to complete a pro-level editing course on the iPad.
To prove that his expertise is legitimate and not a by-product using a gamepad, he also includes footage directly from his hand that taps the iPad in sync with the gameplay.
The course he completed in the video was made by a pro Secret team player, Mongraal, and featured a series of paths blocked by structures that needed to be edited in a way that enabled players to advance, never stopping their sprints.
Leaving aside the fact that this video was made in response to someone who doubted it, it's amazing to see someone have a lot of skills in Fortnite when playing on a mobile device.
Seeing handcam and gameplay side by side indeed inspires respect for Adam and the amount of time, dedication, and effort that he dedicates to perfecting his skills.
This video was also posted on Reddit and many viewers commented on posts about how they could not play well with the controller or mouse and keyboard, let alone the iPad.
To make it clear that the video was not intended to hate Ninja or anyone in any way, YouTuber also included this message, which revealed that he only wanted to convince people who doubted that he was not using an external device.