Call of Duty’s Jukeyz banned for streaming NSFW content

Call of Duty’s Jukeyz banned for streaming NSFW content
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Joseph Kime

Published 

15th Dec 2023 11:05

Twitch's rules are changing, and many streamers are struggling to come to terms with it. Claims that women are using their bodies to change a "meta" on the platform certainly aren't new, as we saw with the rise of pushback against a "hot tub meta."

Now, as Twitch alters its terms of service to allow for what it calls "artistic nudity," players are flapping with concern that their gaming streams are going to be abandoned as horny teens flock to ongoing streams of women in provocative outfits. Who'd have thought there was an audience crossover?

It seems that the sexually-charged content itself has gotten another streamer in a lot of trouble with Activision.

CoD streamer Jukeyz banned for watching sexual content on Twitch

Being a part of Call of Duty's ongoing professional world is probably a big responsibility for those involved, but it seems that one streamer has thrown caution to the wind and has suffered punishment from Activision itself

Call of Duty streamer Liam "Jukeyz" James is a partner with Call of Duty Warzone's ongoing tournament play, and as a result, his stream was shared on a background screen during a moment of quiet at the most recent instance of its competitive play.

It's a shame that rather than playing CoD as expected, he was instead watching a stream of a woman wearing a provocative reindeer outfit. Well, at least it was festive.

The stream itself was pointed out by one of the casters, and as the rest of the desk turned around to inspect, the producers of the show replaced the stream itself with a static logo.

It's an embarrassing turn for Jukeyz to be put on blast by one of CoD's tournaments like this - but the real punishment was still yet to come.

Jukeyz is banned from Activision Tournaments

As a result of the stream mishap that Jukeyz claims was part of an attempt to "hit a regain," Activision has confirmed that the player has been banned from competing in tournaments for at least two months.

The streamer himself seems pretty upset about the whole situation, as he's spent some time pleading with other CoD Tournament partners in his replies for any help, but when the opportunity comes for your stream to be put on blast by Activision, you've got to be more careful, regains be damned.

Joseph Kime is the Senior Trending News Journalist for GGRecon from Devon, UK. Before graduating from MarJon University with a degree in Journalism, he started writing music reviews for his own website before writing for the likes of FANDOM, Zavvi and The Digital Fix. He is host of the Big Screen Book Club podcast, and author of Building A Universe, a book that chronicles the history of superhero movies. His favourite games include DOOM (2016), Celeste and Pokemon Emerald.

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