The gaming community are currently in mourning state following the sudden death of Maurice Fero Henriquez. Maurice Fero Henriquez was popularly known by his gaming name as F3rocitys Cod was reported to have died yesterday November 10, 2020, at the age of 21.
Contrary to reports that circulated online which claimed that Fero took his own life, the Family released an official statement yesterday stating that he did not take his own life and neither was he battling depression. The official statement was released on Maurice Fero Henriquez Twitter handle by his family.
READ EXCERPTS FROM THE STATEMENT: This is Maurice’s, aka F3ro, family. We are saddened to announce his passing. We would like to state that he did not take his own life and he was not battling depression. We appreciate everyone’s love and support. We would also appreciate privacy at this time.
This is Maurice’s, aka F3ro, family. We are saddened to announce his passing. We would like to state that he did not take his own life and he was not battling depression. We appreciate everyone’s love and support. We would also appreciate privacy at this time.
— jay (@f3rocitys) November 11, 2020
Florida Mutineers (F3F3) Reacts To F3rocitys Death
Florida Mutineers (F3F3) has reacted to the sudden demise of Maurice Fero Henriquez. They released their heartfelt tribute to the family Fero.
— Florida Mutineers #f3f3 (@Mutineers) November 11, 2020
READ: The Mutineers Family sadly confirms today the sudden passing of Maurice Feo Henriquez from multiple heart attacks. At his Family’s request, we report that his tragic death was not ruled a suicide. This is an unfathomable loss for his family, friends and our Florida Muntineers Team. He will be greatly missed every day.
Few Things You Need To Know About Maurice Fero Henriquez AKA F3rocitys
F3rocitys began his Call of Duty career with Denial Esports in late 2014 but really took off during the 2017-18 WWII season when a stellar finish to the campaign with Team Kaliber resulted in him being recruited by 100 Thieves for their new Black Ops 4 team.
His biggest win came at Stage 2 playoffs in 2018, where he and Team Kaliber took first place and the $200,000 prize.
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