After being banned two more times before this incident, Félix “xQc” Lengyel is now permanently from the GTA V roleplay server, NoPixel 3.0.
In an evening filled with chaos and drama in the Grand Theft Auto V roleplay server, NoPixel 3.0, xQc is being banned for the third time from the server.
This verdict comes as a punishment for the Twitch streamer’s inappropriate behavior of allegedly inciting his chat to go to other players’ streams and harass them after giving him a prolonged jail sentence on the server.
GTA V Roleplay Server “NoPixel”
NoPixel is one of the most popular roleplay servers of Grand Theft Auto V, with the 3.0 update getting launched in February. This server is owned and was developed by Koil together with other contributors.
Run on FiveM, a third-party multiplayer server system, the server is enjoyed by over 3,000 other streamers who join with their customized character and role. There are also specific rules that all players need to follow in order to enjoy the server experience.
What Started The Mess
Prior to the ban, xQc seemed to have attacked a cop who shared information with other cops while he was dead about who assaulted his character. The streamer was then quick to accuse that player of meta-gaming, which led to xQc’s viewers hounding that player by echoing the same sentiments.
Sometime later in his stream, xQc was apprehended on the server once again. Moreover, this time, he was hostile towards the police officers he interacted with. This resulted in getting jailed, which further aggravated xQc’s chat to “chat hop” and target the streams of those who played as the officers who incarcerated him.
Félix “xQc” Lengyel on Chat Hoppers
Further into his stream, xQc stated that streamers should not blame “chat hoppers” for condemning their in-game behavior. This was said after he was accused of inciting his viewers to harass other players’ streams.
Permanent Ban from the Server
Right after the drama occurred, xQc was punished with a ban from the server for the third time. However, although the ban is supposed to be permanent, it isn’t certain whether the punishment really is definite.
This is due to his first two bans that occurred after he broke server rules, which were both labeled permanent. Needless to say, he was still able to play right after. The first ban was due to his ignorance in breaking rules, while the second more severe ban was due to him smuggling a weapon into the server’s police station.
Félix “xQc” Lengyel Apologizes
After the issue happened, xQc then tweeted an apology.