The professional Call of Duty player Maurice “Fero” Henriquez, a recent Florida Mutineers member dies at 21 years and the community mourns.
Maurice “Fero” Henriquez, a Florida Mutineers professional duty call player who has died at 21. In reaction to the dramatic news, Nadeshot from 100 Thieves and other pro players showed respect to their friend and colleague.
The first Call of Duty league member was Fero, who just started this year and finished near the top of the league. Prior to joining 100 thieves, he was part of Team Envy, and was a well-known and respected community member.
Today, there is irreparable damage to the professional sports fraternity Call of Duty. A well-known member from Florida Mutineers, Maurice “Fero” Henriquez, died suddenly when he was 21. Henriquez’s Duty Call unit, the Florida Mutineers, announced later that he had died from multiple heart attacks.
Fero has expressed condolences and paid tribute to his former teammates from well-recognized sports organizations, such as 100 Thieves, Team Kaliber, Team Envy, Careless, and others. Fans and fellow colleagues lamented the loss and took Fero to the COD community as a good example.
An individual claiming to be a member of the family claimed that he died because of suicide before official announcements about Fero’s manner of death. Fero’s teammates and members of his family stated after speculation following these reports, that his death had taken a series of heart attacks, in particular refuting the suggestion that he took his own life.
As the original suicide report said, Fero’s family said that he didn’t battle depression and that his family was seeking secrecy after Fero’s tragic passage.
It is profoundly critical that individuals seek to hype and draw audiences by intentionally distributing misleading information about the causes of death. The death of Maurice “Fero” Henriquez was for his family a personal tragedy, which means that without official proof, nobody was able to make disrespectful conclusions.
The Fero passing this year sheds light on the need for esports organizations and other participants in the gaming industry to look after their players’ wellbeing and ensure competitive sport is a more healthy and inclusive venue. This is the case following the deaths of other streamers.