Destiny has once again been banned from Twitch, leaving fans wondering what the cause might be.
The 33-year-old is one of Twitch’s most controversial streamers. With around six bans in just four years, he has shown on the internet that he is not afraid to speak out on the live-streaming platform.
Fans were quick to point out a number of reasons why he may have received his latest ban. However, Twitch and the streamer have yet to release any official information regarding the reason and duration of the ban.
According to fans, the most likely cause of Destiny’s ban is her debate with far-right political figure Nick Fuentes on March 20. The debate was first broadcast on YouTube and Twitch. However, the streamer only switched to YouTube after about ten minutes.
While holding a political debate on Twitch isn’t against the platform’s terms of service, streaming with a banned person certainly is. Fuentes has been banned from numerous platforms, including Twitch, Twitter, and YouTube.
Other potential reasons why Destiny was banned from Twitch
There are many other potential reasons why Destiny was banned from Twitch.
Many fans have referenced the tweets he posted on his alternative Twitter account called The Omni Liberal. In one of the tweets, the streamer apparently went on a rant about trans athletes and their involvement in sports. He then posted tweets containing racial slurs, which can be seen in the censored screenshots below.
Several Reddit users pointed to these tweets and other incidents as potential reasons for Destiny’s latest ban.
Many even consider the ban a regular occurrence due to the high number of suspensions the streamer has received over the years.
As mentioned earlier, the official reason for the Twitch ban has not been confirmed by either party, so fans will just have to wait for a statement to be released.
It also remains to be seen if the streamer will be permanently banned or if he will return to the platform in about three days.
Fans will have to watch the situation closely as it unfolds to see if the controversial political streamer should start streaming only on YouTube.