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Nadia: Activision accused: suspending the tournament because of her photos in a bikini

Nadia: Activision accused: suspending the tournament because of her photos in a bikini

Disqualification from eSports tournaments can occur for several reasons. For example, cheating or unfair behavior will result in a ban. In the case of Twitch streamer Nadia, photos on social media are said to be the reason Acitivision refused to let her participate.

When it comes to Call of Duty creators, Nadia is now one of the biggest streamers on Twitch. The 23-year-old is active on the platform and streams everything from Call of Duty: Warzone, but also regularly appears in the “Just Chatting” category. The success proves her words, as the number of viewers of her programs last year reached an average of 6,000 viewers.

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However, in 2022 there were some allegations from the community that she was cheating. Nadia strongly defended herself against these accusations. However, this only helped to a limited extent, as Call of Duty: Warzone was banned in 2023, which was canceled a few days later.

But the story of the broadcaster's suffering is not over yet. Because she regularly posts pictures from her life on social media and Activision seems annoyed by her. At least if Nadia had her way.

In a post on “Of course, guys in the CoD community can still post their bare asses on social media.”

In the past, she was not invited to attend the CoD Next event, where Activision presented new insights into Modern Warfare III, which had not yet been released at the time. Only the studio itself knows whether these claims are true or not, and holding your own tournaments doesn't seem to be a possibility either, since Activision has to approve each event.

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