Amouranth, a popular Twitch streamer, was banned from the streaming site a few days ago with no explanation given. Amouranth posted a video addressing her Twitch ban (which also included Instagram and TikTok bans) and revealed that she wasn’t sure why she was banned this time. While fans still don’t know why Twitch banned Amouranth, her channel has been reopened.
There was some concern that the fifth Amouranth Twitch ban would be permanent, but this has been proven not to be the case. Amouranth’s Twitch ban lasted three days, 35 minutes, and 36 seconds, according to the StreamerBans Twitter account.
Amouranth hinted that if she ever returned to Twitch, there might be a new “meta,” but it’s unclear what she has in store. Amouranth is currently streaming and doing yoga and stretching exercises as of this writing.
Amouranth mentioned the massive Twitch leak that revealed how much streamers were paid in her video about her latest Twitch ban. Amouranth’s payouts were included in the leak, confirming what many people already suspected: she makes a lot of money on the streaming platform.
Amouranth joked in the video that she is on the verge of becoming homeless and that if she was ever allowed back on Twitch, she would need to come up with ideas to increase her subscriber count.
Because Twitch almost never provides concrete answers as to why it bans certain streamers, fans will have to continue to speculate as to what caused this latest ban. This isn’t Amouranth’s first time being banned from Twitch, and it’s always possible that the popular streamer’s channel will be taken down again. However, as long as she follows Twitch’s rules, she should be fine.
Previous Twitch bans have occurred for a variety of reasons, including when Amouranth was performing her controversial and suggestive ASMR streams. Amouranth was also at the forefront of the Twitch hot tub stream meta that once dominated the streaming platform, which sparked controversy as well. In another incident, Amouranth’s channel was temporarily banned due to a wardrobe malfunction.
Amouranth’s Twitch bans in the past have resulted in an increase in viewership upon her return. At the time of writing, nearly 7,000 people were watching Amouranth’s current Twitch stream, with more joining in every second.