Twitch streamer Nadia Amine is a controversial character in Call of Duty. Some accuse her of cheating. She considers these statements to be sexist. Now the 23-year-old feels unfairly discriminated against by Activision Blizzard. She says she’s not being invited to a Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 event because of her bikini photos. That is unfair. Critics counter her: She hasn’t streamed Call of Duty for months.
Who is this?
- Nadia Amine is a major streamer on Twitch, currently reaching around 4,400 viewers when she goes live. Nadia is best known for her Call of Duty: Warzone gameplay. However, lately she has been featured more often in the pools and hot tubs category.
- Nadia is a controversial figure: she considers herself an excellent Call of Duty player. But her critics accuse her of cheating. You can see that by the fact that she regularly plays lousy in a “monitored” environment. Streamer Asmongold has requested her permanent ban.
- However, the streamer resists such allegations and justifies the many allegations with sexist prejudices: People probably think that just because she is an attractive woman, she cannot be good at a shooter.
Streamer feels discriminated against because of bikini photos
This is the controversy now: The Twitch streamer says via Twitter that Activision Blizzard isn’t inviting her to the CoD Next event, where the next Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 will be unveiled.
She thinks it’s because of the bikini photos she shares on Twitter. But emphasizes that she has never shown herself naked.
She sees her exclusion as a “double standard” and said so to Activision Blizzard. Because they would always invite male streamers who post questionable pictures of themselves.
But Activision Blizzard dismissed their objection and “lied.”
She posts images of Tfue, Swagg, Aydan, and Lucky as examples of difficult content creators showing bare skin.
Streamer hardly shows Call of Duty anymore, has been growing ever since
How is this discussed? Influencer Jake Lucky believes that the unloading is due to the fact that the streamer has not been streaming Call of Duty for “months”. In addition, it is unfair to draw Tfue into the conflict. He’s been retired for months.
According to Lucky, the streamer has lost sponsorship deals since switching content. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise to her that Activision Blizzard is also ending its collaboration (via twitter).
Etching other users: Even Activision Blizzard recognized that the streamer was cheating and therefore did not want to invite her.
That’s behind it: In fact, there seems to be something to the criticism: Nadia has played a lot of Call of Duty in the last six months, but in the last few months it became less and then completely stopped.
- The last “Call of Duty” stream is from July 12th.
- As of June 6, she has strayed from regular Call of Duty streaming.
By the way, since she stopped streaming Call of Duty, her viewership has steadily increased.
Overall, the cheater discussion is also very present:
Twitch streamer is said to have cheated in CoD: Warzone, defends herself: “Accepts that a woman is better”