While his Twitch channel is no longer suspended, m0xyy is still being inactive on both Twitch and Twitter and is yet to make a statement about the ban.
Popular Twitch streamer "m0xyy" has been banned from Twitch and reportedly acquiring three DMCA strikes.
While Twitch doesn't publicly disclose reasons behind bans, they usually do explain them to banned streamers, but m0xyy is being quiet about the ban as well.
He posted his last tweet on the 11th November, two days before the ban, and it doesn't sound good for him.
Holy shit, I've been DMCA'd twice in one week and I believe next one will be a permanent ban. I'm going to be deleting all my clips and vods hopefully all will be done in next couple of days. Save them if you want while you still can before its too late.— m0xy (@m0xyOW) November 11, 2020
"I've been DMCA'd twice in one week and I believe next one will be a permanent ban," wrote m0xyy.
"I'm going to be deleting all my clips and VODs, hopefully, all will be done in the next couple of days. Save them if you want while you still can before its too late."
From his tweet, it's clear that the young streamer was anxious that his channel might be permanently suspended.
An infamous message that appears when a channel is banned (Picture: Twitch)
And while it is not confirmed if the ban is permanent or temporary, his fans think that his fears prove founded and that he wasn't fast enough to delete all of his infringing VODs before he was given his third strike, the one that gets you banned permanently.
Even if his ban is indeed permanent, Twitch has shown previously that they will revoke bans where the reason is a copyright strike issued for an old VOD, when a streamer deletes them.
Twitch released a statement a few days ago, where they tried to shed some light on the DMCA situation, but things aren't getting better and streamers aren't happy with how Twitch is handling the crisis.
DMCA is making a lot of trouble for streamers over the last several weeks (Picture: Twitch)
Before the ban, m0xyy had around 560,000 followers on Twitch and his streaming career was on the rise.
The 20-year-old made a name for himself in 2018 as a skilled Overwatch player, who at the time played with other popular Overwatch streamers, including the likes of Kragie and xQc.