One of Fortnite’s biggest stars, Cody ‘Clix’ Conrod, has been banned on Twitch. As of now, this is an indefinite suspension.
Four months after signing an exclusive deal with the platform, NRG Fortnite pro, Clix, has been banned indefinitely on Twitch. The news came as an apparent shock to the young streamer, who logged on to find his account suspended after a weekend of record-breaking viewership during the FNCS.
We don’t know the exact reason that Clix was banned, but speculation has it that it was for streaming explicit content. When Tweeting an image of his FNCS performance, Clix opened his folder to reveal a small picture of fellow streamer, Ronaldo, mooning the camera.
The picture was small, difficult to catch, and accidental. Nonetheless, it seems to have resulted in an indefinite suspension for Clix, who has already received two Twitch bans in the recent past.
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The first ban was the Twitch ban virus that was going around the Fortnite community. Clix was one of the streamers to play with Zayn when the latter was banned. He also received a ban during the DMCA wave late last year.
NRG CEO, Andy Miller tweeted, “The f***?” and “We on it!” in response to NRG’s #FreeClix Tweet. The hashtag jumped to number-one on trending overnight, showing the power of Clix’s fanbase.
What might be the strangest part of all of this was that Clix’s Boxfight map was featured as a community creation in Fortnite on Monday. It was changed to Skyfall Boxfight within an hour of release. There’s no way to tell if this is related to Clix’s ban, but it’s…