Nobody likes being banned. Most of us can agree that when it does happen, we probably deserved it. While quite a few streamers treat it as some kind of lawless free for all, there is actually a code of conduct, and people who violate it, get banned. Here are 10 of the stupidest ways streamers got banned. The reason she was banned is actually a bit of a mystery — there are several rumours going around. The most popular one is that she was banned for being racist, while others claim it was because she was fond of showing off her…asset on camera. This could be rectified by a name change, but she chose not to do it. Hard to feel bad for her.
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Streamer Helena Karamanidou, better known as HelenaLive, normally spends most of her time playing video games, chatting with fans while streaming gaming and IRL content for her , followers. But things weren't normal on February 5, when the year-old from Greece claimed she was banned on Twitch for saying "there were only two genders. On a cold February evening, three days after Karamanidou made her announcement on YouTube, she spoke to Newsweek. I'm just going to try and do different things on the internet, but all I really want is my channel back," she said. Twitch will not comment on individual account bans. Karamanidou's offending content has been removed from the site, which only leaves her version of events. In high school, Karamanidou started watching streams, like Sodapoppin's content for World of Warcraft. She quickly fell in love with the format and started a WoW stream in She locked herself in a room for anywhere from 12 hours to two days straight, and her parents who were originally skeptical gave in to her gaming and streaming habits.
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A lot of people have made a killing by simply streaming their live gameplay and offering a winning personality for viewers to really get behind. These individuals tend to leverage their "talents," so to speak, in an effort to gain monetary rewards in the form of donations from stream viewers. This, of course, goes against the terms and conditions of the Twitch website, which means the ban hammer comes down without second thought.
Btw, you bringing up CES letter shit before thanksgiving will guarantee a very awkward time with the GF and probably the family for the day. If she doesn't care that you aren't a member now, if your relationship goes on long enough, she is going to care eventually. The system has broken him down and rebuilt him as someone, I fear, I won't be able to respect or feel connected to.