To the surprise of no one, Amouranth has been banned from Twitch once again and virtually every other social media site for reasons known only to God. Twitter, however, loves her too much to ban her, so much so that it's decided to verify her account.
This is the fifth time the streamer has been banned from Twitch, but it's her first occasion getting booted from Instagram and TikTok as well. So when Amouranth found out she was verified by the big blue bird itself, she celebrated by posting a picture of herself with black leather pants and lingerie, saying, "Guess who got verified FINALLY?" She also used the blue checkmark — or white checkmark, if you're using night mode — to promote her private network that may be NSFW.
While no reason was given for the ban by Twitch or even Amouranth herself, the citation may reportedly be related to her latest YouTube video promoting a new site with her risque content.
Amouranth's previous Twitch ban was due to her licking and farting on her microphones as a form of extreme ASMR, though she was not the only streamer to get banned for doing so. Prior to that incident, Twitch suspended her ad revenue for hot tub streams.
Getting de-platformed from Twitch and essentially every other social media network under the sun except for Twitter may have hurt Amouranth's feelings, but not her wallet. Last week's Twitch hack and subsequent information leak revealed that she raked in $1,363,346.32 between August 2019 and October 2021; she made only $92,949 last month.
According to StreamerBot, which has been tracking the number of times Amouranth has been banned since July 2019, the streamer would be banned from Twitch for anywhere between one day at best and three days at worst. She has been banned for three days now, so whether her ban will be lifted today based on the pattern shown or will remain for a longer time is up for debate.
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