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Twitch streamer banned for showing fake breasts on stream

Imogen Donovan

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Twitch streamer banned for showing fake breasts on stream

Featured Image Credit: quqco via Twitch, Instagram

Twitch is a factory for unfortunate events and today's bulletin is no different. Streamer quqco, who boasts over 100,000 followers on her channel, has been hit with a three-day ban for wearing a set of fake breasts.

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From Just Chatting to Makers & Crafting to the multitudes of games that people play for their audiences, Twitch is a place to create a community. Fans will be with streamers through thick and thin, from the high highs, to the dislocations, to the heated gamer moments, to the bans they accidentally incur. And earlier this week, quqco fell foul of the terms of service, though she said that she's totally to blame in this situation.

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Removing her hoodie, she revealed the fake breasts under her crop top, jumped up and down and pressed on them with her elbows. Obviously, this is an infringement of the company's Community Guidelines and specifically its rules on sexually suggestive content. Streamers are not permitted any "content or camera focus on breasts, buttocks, or pelvic region, including poses that deliberately highlight these elements" or "groping or explicit gestures directed towards breasts, buttocks, or genitals." Even though they're fake breasts, quqco did violate the terms of service and that's something she admitted to after receiving the ban.

"I deserved it - see you in 3 days," she said on social media. quqco has been banned before by Twitch for a Chun-Li cosplay and for accidentally showing her underwear when she bent over while streaming live. Twitch usually uses a three-strikes system for permanent bans, however, there have been streamers who faced as many as six bans before being booted from their platform.

Topics: Twitch

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