Cody “Clix” Conrod who plays Fortnite professionally for NRG Esports has been permanently banned on Twitch.
The players third ban came not long after he had a successful stream, peaking at 108,000 viewers on the platform. During his final stream, he was competing in the 2021 Fornite Champion Series and had a great performance.
His first ban was in November of 2019 for streaming with Zayn, a player permanently banned on Twitch. Clix received his second ban a year later in November of 2020 when he was hit with a DMCA strike.
Clix announced the ban to fans in a tweet saying “perma ban… on everything i love”. Twitch as usual has provided no official reason for the ban.
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The latest ban could be a result of Clix accidentally revealing an explicit image during his previous stream. Although many other streamers have received shorter punishments for similar incidents. But it’s very well-known that Twitch is inconsistent with their bans.
The image in question was shown on his screen for less than a second and barely visible as it was a preview to a file on his computer.
Andy Miller, the founder and chief operating officer of NRG Esports tweets “We on it!” not long after the ban.
Clix having re-signed with the platform back in October and recently surpassing 3.5 million followers is now banned with no reason from Twitch.
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