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Twitch Continues Banning Users For Illegally Streaming Anime

Twitch Continues Banning Customers For Illegally Streaming Anime

Jeremy ‘Disguised Toast’ Wang turned the newest Twitch person to get banned on Jan 10, 2022, after illegally streaming anime on the platform and violating DMCA rights. The ban comes every week after one other person, Pokimane, was banned for streaming unlawful content material.

Twitch streamer, Disguised Toast, was hit with a prolonged suspension from the Amazon-owned streaming platform for streaming copyrighted content material, specifically, episodes from the Dying Be aware anime collection.

Twitch additionally appears to be cracking down on DMCA violations, because the Twitch star has been banned from the platform for supposedly a month.

“Welp, [it] appears like I’ll be seeing you man in a month,” Toast stated on Twitter.

On Jan 11, the Twitter bot, StreamerBans reported that Toast obtained his first ban from the streaming platform.

Regardless of the ban, each Toast and his group appear unfazed. “They actually couldn’t have waited 20 extra minutes huh?” Toast adopted up on Twitter after the strike he obtained whereas streaming the twenty fifth episode.

Different streamers, akin to YouTube Gaming streamer Ludwig, Pokimane, and Peter Park, additionally chimed in and joked concerning the state of affairs.

Many outstanding Twitch stars have not too long ago targeted on response feeds. What began as MasterChef reside stream rapidly morphed into anime watch-along with copyrighted reveals in full steam.

Toast was one of many first streamers to undertake this “react meta,” streaming full episodes of Naruto on his channel shortly after making his return to Twitch.

Well-liked figures like xQc, Hasan, and Mizkif have all been implicated to a point. Whereas all have prevented bans up to now, Hasan was not too long ago hit with a DMCA strike.

Fellow Twitch star Imane “Pokimane” Anys was additionally not too long ago hit together with her first Twitch ban for streaming the Avatar: The Final Airbender film; nonetheless, her ban solely lasted 48 hours.

In November 2021, Disguised Toast returned to Twitch after a two-year stint with Fb Gaming.

Supply: Dexerto, Dotesports