The video-sharing site said the 68-year-old had violated his policies on sharing information about the coronavirus.
The former footballer has made controversial and unproven claims about the virus on several Internet platforms, including the one linked to the 5G mobile network.
The video service, which is owned by Google, told the BBC: “YouTube has clear policies prohibiting any content that disputes the existence and transmission of Covid-19 as described by the WHO and the NHS.
“Due to continued violation of these policies, we have terminated David Icke’s YouTube channel. “
The ban follows a similar decision by Facebook, which deleted the Icke page on Friday.
Well-known doctors and broadcasters, including Dr. Christian Jessen and former junior doctor Adam Kay, have called on social media to remove Icke from their platforms.
They are supported by the Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH), which claims that Ike’s plots on Covid-19 have been seen more than 30 million times.
“We applaud YouTube for giving in to pressure and taking action on David Icke’s channel,” said CCHD chief executive Imran Ahmed. “However, there remains a network of shaded channels and amplifiers, which promote Mr. Icke’s content [and] should be deleted. “
The CCHD asked other networks to follow the example and added, “It is time for Instagram and Twitter to follow Facebook and YouTube by removing Icke and its content from their platforms.
“Lies cost lives in a global pandemic, and their failure to act quickly puts us all at risk.”