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"End of an era": Fortnite professional and streamer Clix leaves NRG, fans speculate next move

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Popular Twitch streamer and prominent Fortnite professional Cody Conrod, aka Clix, has officially parted ways with NRG. This has given rise to much speculation among fans about his next move.Clix has made quite a name for himself with his high-octane streams on Twitch, becoming one of the most popular content creators to play Epic's Battle Royale in recent times.

According to Sullygnome, he was the most-watched Fortnite streamer on Twitch last year, beating Tfue by almost a million hours of watch time.Having been an NRG member since 2020, some fans described his departure from the organization as the "end of an era" and wished him all the best for the future.The 18-year-old content creator and esports player took to Twitter to announce the news of his departure and had plenty of good things to say about his former org.

Thanking NRG for the last two years, he expressed how much having been given the opportunity to be its part meant to him. He ended the post by saying how excited he was for the future.Clix has been streaming Fortnite since 2018 on his main channel, according to Twitch Tracker.

After showing off his gameplay in the first World Cup the following year, he saw a massive boost in his follower count. The content creator currently has upwards of 5.7 million followers on Twitch, and his weekly uploads on YouTube have netted him over 2 million subscribers on the red platform.Even though the heyday of Fortnite is arguably over, he has maintained a healthy average view count, attracting around 14K concurrent views on his streams in the last month.

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