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Amouranth hit with two Twitch bans in three days

Sam Cawley

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Amouranth hit with two Twitch bans in three days

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Popular Twitch streamer and Onlyfans model Amouranth has been hit with two Twitch bans in three days, but she couldn’t care less.

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Building her fame and career through streaming gameplay, just chatting, hot tub streams, ASMR and more, Amouranth has become one of the biggest creator’s on the platform, and has even branched out to others like Kick.

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Over the past few weeks Kick has been her main platform after accepting a multi-million dollar deal from the company.

In a recent stream Amouranth was in a salon getting her nails done, when her assistant informed her that Twitch had banned her for the second time in three days, the first ban lasted around three hours.

However despite the ban, Amouranth was reportedly unfazed and confused much like her thousands of viewers.

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After checking the message on her phone Amouranth simply said ““Weird … That’s so strange.”

It’s currently unknown what action led to the ban, or if there’s any chance Twitch is going for the hat trick with a third ban on the way.

In other news, Twitch has made a number of changes to its platform in recent months to crack down on nudity and inappropriate content on its platform.

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Several streamers have been chasing the latest “metas” like hot tub streams, censoring body parts with tape, and one streamer who used her butt as a green screen for Fortnite gameplay.

After several complaints from viewers Twitch has officially declared that the prolonged exposure of private body parts is now officially against its terms of service, and it will dole out punishments for those breaking the rules.

That being said, the platform has made similar changes in the past which users have managed to bypass with exploits or loopholes, so only time will tell if this change will actually stick.

Topics: Twitch, PC, Xbox, PlayStation

Sam Cawley
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