Twitch streamer calls for ban warnings after suspension for showing Omegle

A Twitch streamer named “VCruzzin” is asking the platform to warn streamers about potentially bannable content after getting banned for airing Omegle on his channel.

If you violate the Twitch Terms of Service during a stream, you’re likely to be banned—whether it’s automatic or your broadcast is reported by a viewer.

Amazon’s own website has a whole list of banned games and other content, as well as rules in its terms of service that prevent streamers from viewing banned creators.

Twitch streamer “VCruzzin” has been banned for streaming Omegle on his channel and is now urging the platform to start issuing ban alerts in advance.

Streamer calls for ban warnings

On June 23 Twitter Ban reporting page Streamerbans reported that VCruzzin has been banned from the platform.

The creator was quick to share the tweet, explaining to a fan that he’s on the randomized video chat site Omegle and revealing he wasn’t aware the broadcast violated their terms of service.

Despite not knowing the rules regarding the site, he explained in another tweet that he takes “full responsibility” for not knowing.

Minutes later, he posted a tweet calling on Twitch to implement an alert system for streamers who are sending bannable content. This would be similar to YouTube Gaming’s advance warning, which allows streamers to shut down copyrighted material before their stream is disconnected.

He said: “Also, I take full responsibility for not knowing Omegal[sic] was a forbidden site. But I just wish there was an alert system on Twitch instead of banning outright. @TwitchSupport, I would appreciate if we could talk more about this in the future.”

He later doubled down on his idea – explaining that he felt there should be an alert system as his ban was only for one day.

“The ban is for ‘1 day’… that’s why I’m saying there should be an alert system. You can’t take a day seriously, but if you do it for work it’s not cool,” he tweeted.

Many fans of the creator support the idea of ​​the ban alert, so perhaps the idea will be put up for a vote on Twitch’s UserVoice feedback and suggestion forum.

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