Toxic YouTuber suffers the consequences of his actions.
Kurt "Kurt0411" Fenech

Kurt "Kurt0411" Fenech made a name for himself over the years thanks to his ongoing feud with Electronic Arts. Despite once being a professional FIFA streamer, Fenech was banned from all FIFA competitions back in November 2019 due to his non-stop abusive behavior. This behavior was seen in his livestreams and through his personal social media accounts.

Shortly after Fenech's ban in November, a number of FIFA-focused EA employees had their social media accounts hacked. As the accounts became compromised, Fenech voiced his support of the hacks to his loyal herd. Those hacked accounts were used to display messages supporting Fenech. The person(s) responsible for the hack even created a fake announcement from EA that said Fenech has been unbanned. Of course, Fenech was not unbanned.

In the time following his competitive ban, Fenech apparently failed to learn any sort of a lesson. On the contrary, his ban from all official FIFA competitions seemed to fuel his hatred towards EA. In the months following his ban, Fenech continued to lash out against players, EA, and developers working on the FIFA games. Fenech also allegedly made extensive use of his platform on social media and YouTube to encourage his followers to do the same.

A small example of Fenech's behavior that led to his initial ban was shared by IGN.

During one livestream Fenech was caught on camera calling an opponent a "son of a b**ch" who "can't beat me, even on this piece of trash game. F*** you, EA."
The magnitude of Fenech's unhinged behavior only seemed to grow. He would go on profanity-filled rants, spit on EA branded merchandise he still owned, and he even shared what can best be described as a close approximation of a diss track against EA. He continued to allegedly make threats and rants against other players and EA employees. And all of this was done while still playing and streaming FIFA on a regular basis.

Today, Electronic Arts not only upheld their ban of Kurt0411 from all FIFA competitions, but they banned him from all EA games and services. According to a statement shared by EA on the evening of February 24, 2020, Fenech had made numerous abusive and threatening messages and videos against competitive players and EA employees.

EA's statement can be found via Twitter. A portion of their statement can be found below courtesy of Kotaku (including emphasis).

In November 2019, after a series of Code of Conduct violations as part of the EA SPORTS FIFA Global Series in which he threatened employees and other players, Kurt0411 was banned from competing or attending any EA SPORTS FIFA 20 Global Series events or future competitions. Since that time, Kurt has continued to post abusive and threatening messages and videos about EA employees and competitive players on social media and he has encouraged others to do the same. His messages have crossed a line of decency into very personal attacks and breach our Terms of Service. We will not tolerate threatening behavior. As a result, today Kurt0411’s EA account will be banned from playing our games and accessing our services due to these serious and repeated violations.

We build games and communities for players to have fun. Creating a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone without fear of harassment or abuse is a vital part of that. Our Terms of Service include a Code of Conduct that we ask players to abide by to keep our communities healthy and safe. We have an ongoing focus to create communities where everyone feels safe and respected, including in-game toxicity reporting tools as well as new moderation tools. And, we will continue to add more features.
Fenech took to Twitter to first play the victim card and then almost immediately after revert back to his toxic behavior. The depth of his denial can be seen in a statement made by Fenech on Twitter.

"End of the day I have never said anything I shouldn’t have. This is just deeper than anyone thinks. They didn’t want me competing at events cos they were scared I’d win them, now I’m the 2nd biggest streamer of their game and they’re scared I’ll overtake their golden boy(...)

"But when everything is said and done we’ll beat them trust me. They have money but we have numbers. Fuck then and everyone on their side"
Good riddance, I'd say. Though the ban on Kurt0411 may just be a drop in the bucket, it is still nice to see that some toxic gamers do suffer the consequences of their abusive actions.