What can get you banned on Twitch?
At Twitch, so-called “streamers”, are the producers of content that perform live streams of their screens, to broadcast, mainly, gameplays. These streamers, they have large communities that accompany their lives daily.
Users can be banned by chat moderators or Twitch service for several reasons:
- Copyright infringement, use of the service for illegal reasons
- Impersonating other Twitch members
- Uploading illegal or pornographic content
- Sending unsolicited offers to other Twitch members
- Collect email addresses or other personal information from Twitch members
- Harassing, insulting or threatening other Twitch members
- Materials of a sexual nature or violating ethical standards that are not related to the gameplay
How You Can Get Banned on Twitch as a Streamer
One of the most common reasons streamers get banned on Twitch is for broadcasting inappropriate content. This includes nudity, sexual acts, violence, weapons, and illegal substances and acts. Not only can you not broadcast these things, but you also can’t promote them in any way.
What can and can’t you say on Twitch?
What Can’t You Say on Twitch? Twitch streamers can be banned for discriminatory speech, threats to harm themselves or others, and general harassment. They can also find themselves in trouble if sharing another’s personal information, impersonating Twitch staff, or any speech with the intent of taking advantage of others.