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‘World’s best’ Call of Duty player says she was 'blacklisted' for her bikini pics

‘World’s best’ Call of Duty player says she was 'blacklisted' for her bikini pics

The gamer, who claims to be one of the best Call of Duty players in the world, says she has been banned over posting bikini pictures

A woman who claims to be one of the best Call of Duty players in the world has said she has been 'blacklisted' from tournaments.

Twitch streamer Nadia Amine claimed that she has been barred from competing in gaming tournaments as a result of content she posted online.

This included images of the streamer wearing a bikini, which she says were the catalyst for her being banned.

The 23-year-old has amassed some 1.2 million Twitch and 449,000 YouTube followers, but it's her account on the platform Passes which she claims has caused the problem.

Passes is similar to OnlyFans, but with stricter guidelines around explicit content.

According to the community guidelines for Passes, it does not allow 'explicit adult content, nudity, or pornography'.

Amine has denied that she has ever posted explicit photos of herself online, saying that she has only published images of herself in a bikini.

Amine claims she was banned over images she posted online.
Instagram / nadiakamine

She claimed in a tweet: “Completely black listed from playing call of duty tournaments all for posting bikini pictures, never posted nudity one in my life. but again, the guys in the cod community can post their bare ass on social media. ggs,”

The allegation has reignited a debate around allegations that the gamer has cheated while playing Call of Duty.

One person wrote: “I know so many females that are so much better than me at video games. It has nothing to do with the fact that you’re a girl. You’re just a cheater that wants to keep using the 'I’m a female' excuse to deflect the problem."

Another alleged: “I think this only applies to people who cheat like yourself. Genuinely good female players are very easy to spot and never b*tch about this nonsense.”

The streamer has previously faced allegations of cheating, which she has denied.
Instagram / nadiakamine

But the streamer has hit back at the comments, saying: “It’s sad to see instead of boys accepting a woman is better at them in a video game, they have to perpetuate the idea they cheated in order to sleep at night. it’s a hard reality to accept your dog sh*t."

The cheating allegations fist arose in 2022, and claimed that Amine had used a device called an aimbot.

This is a piece of software used in first person shooters which automatically aims at targets on the screen instead of the player doing it manually.

Amine addressed the allegations by streaming gameplay on a 'clean PC' which had been designed by Full Squad Gaming, according to a report from Vice.

She is unable to start her own tournament, explaining that gaming company Activision has to approve big tournaments.

Activision has not publicly commented on the alleged ban.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram / nadiakamine

Topics: News, World News, Twitch, Call of Duty, Entertainment