Famous Twitch steamer and online personality xQc has been banned from the megapopular GTA Online RP NoPixel for the third time.
Twitch streamer, former pro Overwatch player, and online personality xQc has once again been banned from the NoPixel GTA Online role-playing (RP) server. Grand Theft Auto Online role-playing servers are the hit online gaming experience making waves across the internet. Famous musicians, sports stars, streamers, and more are all getting in on the fun. These servers are specifically made and often modded for players to act out digital lives for entertainment that goes beyond what vanilla GTA Online can offer, while still using the characters, emotes, locations, and options present in Rockstar Games’ time-tested multiplayer sandbox.
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Popular streamer Felix “xQc” Lengyel is no stranger to online controversy and drama with other streamers, and the explosion in popularity of GTA Online RP among Twitch personalities has yielded typical results for Lengyel. Recently, the millionaire allegedly forgot to pay his electricity bill, accompanied by news that he seemed to almost pass out while doing a GTA Online bank heist live on stream. It seems that now the narrative has moved on to his apparent ban from the famous NoPixel GTA RP server, according to online publication Dexerto. This is not the streamer’s first ban from the server either, seemingly causing trouble for the other players in multiple incidents.
It seems that now the narrative has moved on to his apparent ban from the famous NoPixel GTA Online RP server, according to online publication Dexerto. This is not the streamer’s first ban from the server either, seemingly causing trouble for the other players in multiple incidents. This most recent ban, his third running, involved encouraging his viewers to invade fellow NoPixel streamers’ Twitch chats during an online session. This illicit response by xQc was reportedly his answer to being given a lengthy sentence of 224 months in the NoPixel jail. xQc tweeted about the ban on April 4 in an all-caps apology, encouraging his followers to not “spread hatred on anyone” and apologetically saying, “I admit to my faults.”
WHAT A ROLLERCOASTED OF A STREAM. SORRY FOR THE TRASHY MOOD BY THE END I GOT UNREASONABLY MAD. A LOT OF RUMMORS ARE SPREADING BUT LISTEN, EVERYONE CHILL. I DID A LOT OF BAD THINGS YESTERDAY AND I ADMIT TO MY FAULTS. DONT SPREAD HATRED ON ANYONE, WHAT I SAY ISNT ALWAYS TRUE
— xQc (@xQc) April 4, 2021
The first time xQc was banned was due to a violation of the server’s established rules, hitting other players with his car in the server even though it was made clear to the streamer that this was prohibited. The second ban is due to the usage of an unauthorized glitch to attack the players role-playing as the NoPixel server’s police force. Following this judgement, xQc called upon his supporters to jump into other streamer’s chats and start voicing their opinions on the sentencing. His fans flooded other channels in the GTA streaming community, harassing many of them and being abusive towards the NoPixel police force members online, an obvious abuse of his large online presence and behavior that could be viewed as borderline incitement of mass harassment.
No confirmation or word from xQc has been made as of yet on the matter, with many calling for an apology for sending his fans to attack them. Online, Lengyel has expressed his frustration about the ban, saying that the police force players are letting the power go to their head and forcing things to go their way. While xQc has tweeted about his misbehavior on the stream, his repeated show of disregard for game servers and other streamers’ rules (including Twitch’s) will likely take more than a brief, all-caps apology for some to forgive him.
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