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.”
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.”