Warzone streamer Nadia Amine is locked out of her Activision account, but she assured fans it has nothing to do with cheating.
Cheating allegations have clouded Nadia’s rise to fame as a Warzone streamer. Doug ‘Censor’ Martin leaked messages between them and threatened to expose her if she was cheating. Censor’s video ended up being a proposal to Nadia rather than evidence of her cheating.
Censor received harsh criticism for his handling of the Nadia allegations, which didn’t help answer questions. The allegations reached a boiling point when Nadia was accused of cheating at Call of Duty Next, but she shared full-length clips that discredited all claims.
Just as we thought things might be in the clear, Nadia revealed she was locked out of her Activision account.
During a Twitch Livestream on October 4, Nadia shared that she is locked out of her main Activision account.
She said at the 6:50 mark of the stream, “I’m not banned. I think I have signed in to too many accounts, and for some reason, the verification process is not letting me sign in. I should get my account back tomorrow.”
Nadia reached out to Activision, and they allegedly responded, “this has been escalated to our support. I’m not sure about the timeframe, but usually, they are pretty quick, and I tagged an urgent tag on it.”
Nadia has been streaming from different content creators’ setups to help clear her name. On October 1, she streamed from the Nuke Squad House, and on October 4, she streamed from the Full Squad Gaming house.
Full Squad Gaming tweeted, “we were planning to announce a gameplay test on a clean PC setup today with Nadia. However, we ran into a roadblock when setting up last night – Nadia’s Activision account was locked out.”
We will provide an update if Nadia gets access back to her Activision account.