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Background Information
NameKurt Fenech
Country of Birth
BirthdayNovember 4, 1994 (age 27)
TeamSuspendedlogo std.pngSuspended
Social Media & Links
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Kurt "Kurt0411" Fenech is a FIFA esports player, currently a player for Suspended.


Kurt Fenech was born on the 4th of November 1994. Kurt was born on Malta. In his career he got multiple suspensions from the FIFA Global Series for violating EA's Code of Conduct. Kurt is known in the community for speaking out about the state of FIFA, while criticising EA but also other content creators for not doing the same. With his critical point of view of the game Kurt has gained a big following.

In 2017 Kurt qualified for the Münich even and mangaged to get to the Xbox Semi Final. Due to his maltese citizenship Kurt was ineligible to compete at the FIWC 2017.

In 2018 Kurt joined the italian esports team Mkers to participate alongside Prinsipe at FeCWC. The duo managed to reach the semi final. The second leg of the semi final against Brönby was quite controversial as Kurt ran of the staged due to conceding "3 kick off glitch goals".

He managed to qualify for the FeWC 2018 at the playoffs later this season. At the event, Kurt managed to become the vice Xbox world champion only losing to Msdossary.

On October 18, 2018 Kurt got a two month suspension due to "launching personal attacks".[3] He later on qualified for the ELEAGUE FCC 2019 Feburary in Atlanta and mangaged to get a top 8 placement, which meant that he had enough FGS points to get into the top 60 on the ranking and qualify for the Global Series Playoffs in Hamburg. Kurt had a convicing run and impressed many viewers with his non-meta play style. He went out in the Xbox semi final to Tekkz.

On june 2019, Kurt planned to do FIFA full-time and focus on streaming. In the second qualifier for Champions Cup Stage 1 Bucharest, Kurt qualified with an unbeaten run in the swiss rounds. But on the 1st of November 2019, Kurt has been banned from the game. This was the first time EA banned a player.[4]

Due to his ban Kurt focused on content creation. He continued criticising EA on stream after his ban. On the 14th of February he received copyright strikes by EA Sports FIFA for streaming the game.[5] Twelve days later he got his FUT Founder account deleted. On the 4th of March Kurt received another copyright strike, which forced him to stop streaming FIFA or otherwise he would've lost his Twitch channel.[6]

He moved on to play FIFA's biggest rival game PES. At the start he averaged 15k concurrent viewers.

On the 28th of March Kurt announced on his Twitter, that he will take a break from streaming.[7] A month later he uploaded an update video to his youtube channel, explaining he has been in talks with EA about his ban and they will review him every six months to see if his ban should be lifted or continued.[8]


Tournament Results

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GameIcon FIFA19.pngXBoxsystem icon.png2019-07-07A55 - 8$ 10,000 FIFA 19 Global Series Xbox PlayoffsTBDlogo std.png
GameIcon FIFA19.pngGameIcon XBoxPS4.png2019-02-24A99 - 16$ 750 FUT Champions Cup 2019 FebruaryTBDlogo std.png
GameIcon FIFA18.pngGameIcon XBoxPS4.png2018-08-04A33 - 4$ 20,000 FIFA eWorld Cup 2018TBDlogo std.png
GameIcon FIFA18.pngXBoxsystem icon.png2018-06-03A55 - 8$ 10,000 FIFA 18 Global Series Xbox PlayoffsTBDlogo std.png
GameIcon FIFA18.pngGameIcon XBoxPS4.png2018-05-20A33 - 4$ 5,000 FIFA eClub World Cup 2018Mkerslogo std.pngMKS



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