Recently Xbox has laid out what will be the plans for its Enforcement Strike System. While most people view this new system as a positive, every system has flaws. One of those flaws is coming to light in this situation. The Xbox Enforcement Strike System has officially claimed a victim and it’s one that might shock you.
The Xbox Enforcement Strike System should be a good idea, and I agree to a point it is. Each system isn’t infallible and neither is this. One of Xbox’s biggest ambassadors Stallion83 has fallen victim. Stallion is widely known for his first to reach million and 2 million Xbox gamerscore. So to many, it would seem surprising that he would do something that would warrant any strikes. This is what Stallion posted:
Here we go. Non warranted enforcement strikes against my Xbox account. It says I’m banned for 2 days lmao
Every interaction I have had with Ray (Stallion83) has always been a positive experience. I have watched several of his streams, so this is shocking to me.
The Xbox Strike Enforcement Program can be a good thing if utilized properly. In the case of Stallion though he has to sit on a two-day ban while trying to get it corrected through the appeals process. There will be people out there that will abuse this system and try to do this to multiple people. There definitely needs to be a better way to monitor this to make sure the Xbox Strike Enforcement Program is utilized properly. I can see this happening to other prominent figures in the gaming community. We don’t want this situation to become a frequent habit for people if they did nothing wrong.
Stallion83 has provided further information and believes it may have been from a screenshot on the Xbox Network from years ago. Stallion posted this and said:
Xbox striked me for an 8-year-old screenshot that was buried in my captures from Saints Row 4, most likely. Although, I can’t be 100% sure. I wish I knew what the capture was so I could share, however, it is gone. My advice: clean up those captures.
If this is the reason which can’t be 100 percent confirmed, everyone better check all screenshots. People might have to clean up anything that might seem questionable at all.