“I don’t think he should be banned that long,” Nick Eh 30 shares his thoughts on Clix receiving a ban during a Fortnite tournament

The streamer explained that the two week ban might be a bit much.


“I don’t think he should be banned that long,” Nick Eh 30 shares his thoughts on Clix receiving a ban during a Fortnite tournament

Nick Eh 30 is a prominent Twitch streamer and content creator in the Fortnite community. He recently expressed his thoughts on the controversy surrounding professional Fortnite player Clix’s ban for teaming during the recent FNCS Solo tournament. Nick Eh 30 believes that while Clix’s behavior was unacceptable, the two-week ban was too harsh. He explained how a three-day ban would have been more appropriate.

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Nick Eh 30 acknowledged that Clix’s actions were a clear violation of the rules. It could have given him an unfair advantage in the competition. However, he also believes that the two-week ban is an excessive punishment for a first-time offense. Nick suggested that a three-day ban would have been a more reasonable punishment. It would have sent a clear message that such behavior would not be tolerated.

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Nick Eh 30 discusses Clix’s ban from the FNCS tournament

Nick Eh 30

“Clix could’ve handled it better in certain situations. But he shouldn’t be banned that long.” Nick Eh 30 highlighted that Clix could have handled the situation better in certain areas. He acknowledged that Clix had apologized for his behavior and took responsibility for his actions.

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“He should be banned to prove a point.” Nick Eh 30 emphasized that it is essential to maintain a healthy and fair competitive environment in Fortnite. While he supports the need for rules and regulations, he also believes that the penalties should be proportional to the severity of the offense. A three-day ban would have been a fair punishment for Clix’s behavior. This would avoid causing undue harm to his career or reputation.

Nick Eh 30’s opinion on the matter emphasizes the importance of enforcing rules and regulations in competitive gaming. Meanwhile. he also recognizes the need for a fair and just punishment. Clix’s actions were unacceptable, but the two-week ban was too harsh for a first-time offense. Hopefully Epic decides to pay some heed to Nick’s thoughts and adjusts the severity of the punishment to the offence moving forward.

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