XQC SPEAKS OUT AFTER BEING BANNED FROM NOPIXEL GTA RP SERVER

BIG STREAMERS - BIG INFLUENCE.

GTA roleplaying has enjoyed a resurgence on Twitch in the past few weeks, led by personalities like Summit1g and xQc.

A BIG PERSONALITY.

At first, it seemed a perfect fit. Like Rust, the GTA lobby seemed a perfect place for xQc’s wild personality to come to the fore.

He quickly settled in as a rogue player, running from the cops and scamming other players in get-rich-quick plots.

WHY WAS HE BANNED?

On February 22, the Twitch star was locked out of the server, following instances where he struck other roleplayers with his car.

CONFUSED & SHOCKED.

xQc was left stunned as he repeatedly tried to login. “Well… okay, yeah, they really did ban me,” he said. “That’s f**king… okay?”

The streamer said he had been unaware of the “rules” and didn’t know it constituted a ban.

"Yeah, I broke the rules. I said, ‘If I do this again, I’ll park my car in the middle of the road, instead of driving them into other cars, Rules are broken every minute there.”

- XQC

MEETING WITH THE MODS.

The streamer was summoned to a meeting with the GTA server moderators to discuss his “VDM” antics.

xQc hasn’t reached out to the ‘NoPixel’ mods yet, though he did suggest on-stream he was planning to in the “next few days.”