Street Fighter 6 Pro accidentally entered a tournament with the nude Chun Li mod turned on
The Street Fighter 6 Tournament was abruptly stopped on Twitch after Chun Li appeared to have made a clothing error.
Since its release just a few short weeks ago, Capcom’s Street Fighter 6 continues to be popular among both casual and serious fighting game players. We gave it 9/10 in review for its impressive graphics and accessibility features.
Some players have loved the game or its characters a little too much and created mods to put them in skimpy clothes or remove their clothing entirely.
One of these mods stripped Chun-Li of her traditional blue Chinese ceremonial dress. She was left with no clothes to wear. Although I will not judge people who play video games at home, it was unfortunate that one person accidentally turned on their mod during a Twitch live stream.
Yesterday, Corner2Corner held one of their regular season tournament matches between Lensta, and Packz on Twitch. Chun-Li was stripped down and naked in the first round.
As the commentary team tried to maintain their dignity in the face of the hilarious start to the competition, the content displayed quickly changed from the actual match to a bracket.
The commentator said: “That is an interesting Chun Li costume.”
Twitch has strict guidelines for its community regarding nudity, sex, and other sexual content. The stream VOD and clip were removed, but the channel may be delisted if Twitch decides to do so. Corner2Corner was still online at the time this article was written, which suggests that the channel has managed to avoid delisting. After all, the incident may have been an accident.
Street Fighter 6 can be downloaded on Xbox Series X/S (PS5), PlayStation 4, PC, and PlayStation 4.