There have been many times that we have told about the strange decisions that Twitch makes when it comes to banning the content creators of its platform, since some of these that apply automatically, become almost ridiculous. The latest of these strange bans is the one that happened to a nick streamer Yourmotherisafish (“your mother is a fish” in English) for “harassment through username” on April 11.
Ban that occurred while streaming a game of Resident Evil 3 live, prompting the streamer to immediately comment on the incident on her Twitter account. Twitter, criticizing Twitch. Yourmotherisafish has been streaming on Twitch since February 2018, playing over 200 games on her channel, so the ban right now, after all this time, has been the topic of discussion in the Tweet that has had a reach of almost 500 thousand people in the social network.
You can read: Twitch unbans Indiefoxx after two years blocked for her swimsuit broadcasts
Among them is the famous esports figure Zach Bussey, who commented that the live streaming platform should review its ban system, since apparently “the ban seems to have been unintentionally detected by the machine learning algorithm.”
A situation that, despite general discomfort, was already resolved by the support of Twitch, who on April 12 lifted the ban on the streamer, although the mistrust of the site’s automatic ban system will continue to be present.
Editorial: Gaming / Facebook / Twitter / Coverage / Instagram / Discord