His ban came two days after he showed support for the Hong Kong protests in a post-game interview on Oct. 6.
BoycottBlizzard started trending on Twitter Wednesday, and the company's action has even been called out by two US senators.
And Blizzard isn't the only company tangled up in the Hong Kong protests.
People feared this would let the Chinese government apprehend people in Hong Kong and send them to mainland China to be subjected to a far stricter legal system.
This has led to multiple clashes with law enforcement, including one teenager getting shot in the chest by police on Oct. 1
Why are gamers protesting Blizzard?