Famous for her suggestive videos on social networks, streamer Amouranth received another ban from Twitch, who quickly changed his mind. A preferential treatment that does not go unnoticed.
On Twitch, streamer Amouranth is no stranger. Famous for her sulphurous ASMR videos, the young woman is also one of the influencers behind the catégorie Pools, Hot Tubs, and Beaches (literally “Swimming pools, Jacuzzis and beaches”). Regularly criticized for its positioning considered too sexy, the streamer paid the price this weekend, an umpteenth sanction from several social networks. This time it was made simultaneously ban from Twitch, Instagram and TikTok.
Twitch bans Amouranth, then changes his mind (again)
Getting “deplatformed” everywhere is a bizarre feeling
I have so much energy and a paucity of places to put it now. Will workout and make YouTube videos all weekend I guess. New video tomorrow talking about all this on my main YT
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— Kaitlyn (@wildkait) October 8, 2021
On the Twitch side, le ban d’Amouranth has almost become a routine. This is indeed the fifth time that the young woman has been sanctioned by the platform. Measures which very often do not last more than a few hours. As of this writing, the streamer has already been rehabilitated by the Amazon affiliate. Amouranth did not fail to ironize the situation, indicating that she had no idea of the reasons for her ban, but that this should not really impact her finances.
Usually, Twitch isn’t that kind to their influencers. The platform generally tolerates three successive bans before making a final decision. With five sanctions to his credit since 2019, Amouranth therefore seems to be an exception. I have to say that the streamer could make the platform lose big. Ranked among the largest female Twitch channels, the young woman had 12.1 million views in the third quarter of 2021. A few days ago, the massive Twitch leak also revealed that she was reaching more than $ 92,000 per month from the Amazon subsidiary.
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This time, however, Twitch was not the only platform to take action against Amouranth. Instagram and TikTok have also cracked down on the young woman, deleting her main accounts. Currently, only the streamer’s secondary account @amouranthtoo remains accessible. Nothing to worry about the young woman, however: in a recent message posted on her personal Twitter account, Amouranth reported earning over $ 1.3 million per month just with its OnlyFans and Fansly subscriptions.