One of Fortnite Twitch streamer’s most popular Cody ‘Clix’ Conrod has been banned on Twitch for the third time. Streamer reports that this seems to him to be a permanent ban, as this is his third strike. Read on to find out more about what happened to Clix.
What happened to Clix? Why is Clix banned from Twitch?
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Twitch has a history of enforcing bans on streamer devices for the slightest reason, and their terms of service are often so confusing. So streamers may not be aware that they may be doing something on the stream that goes against the Twitch terms of service. Clix competed in the Fortnite Championship Series the day he was banned.
Clix was banned on Feb. 15 for allegedly violating Twitch’s terms of service. He got his first Twitch ban in 2019 after streaming with permabanized former Twitch streamer ‘Zayn’. A second ban followed recently in November 2020, where Clix was one of many streamers banned due to the DMCA’s copyright law. So how is Clix banned from Twitch for the third time? Well, the third ban comes as a result of an accidental flow of explicit content on his channel.
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The 16-year-old Clix is one of the biggest Fortnite streamers on Twitch. It regularly gains tens of thousands of viewers and has about three and a half million followers on Twitch. Many fans opened up Twitter to support the streamer and lift its ban.
“Brother, hell, I’m banned from Twitch,” he tweeted, adding, “Perm ban … everything I love,” Clix shared a screenshot showing his permaban. “Your suspension won’t be lifted automatically,” says a screenshot of Twitch. “Access to our services can only be restored after a successful appeal.
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What exacerbates the ban is the fact that Clix entered into an exclusive contract with Twitch in October 2020, stating that it will exclusively stream on Twitch and will not be able to stream on any other platform. Now, even with the ban, his contract with Twitch is still binding, so he can’t start streaming on any other site like YouTube without leaving him room to stream. His NRG team and one of their representatives, Andy Miller, is in the process of considering a ban and trying to lift it, Andy Miller revealed on his Twitter. It is still uncertain whether Clix will gain access to his account, but it is supported by many fans and other streamers. Follow us for more information on banning the release of Clix.
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