Adin Ross Swatted: Adin Ross faces another temporary Twitch ban amidst a new swatting incident – Incidents of swatting have become very common in popular streamers’ and content creators’ places. Recently, Twitch streamer Adin Ross was again swatted in the middle of his live stream. This unfortunately led to a Twitch ban which, of course, was lifted a few hours later.
Although the reason for Adin Ross’s indefinite ban from Twitch this April was never made apparent, many believed it was because the content creator allegedly used a homophobic slur during another streamer’s broadcast. Ross was allowed to return to the stage in June after his “indefinite” suspension was lifted a little more than a month later. Despite the rise in viewers, not everything has been rosy since his return to streaming. Armed cops visited Adin Ross’ home after he was swatted on a Twitch live stream in August.
Adin Ross Swatted: Adin Ross faces another temporary Twitch ban amidst a new swatting incident
This happened yet again when Adin Ross was seen kneeling in the ongoing live stream after he was aware he is being swatted. After the incident, videos of the event swiftly spread on the platform, though the situation’s specifics were murky because he was soon suspended from the purple platform, preventing access to the stream.
Although the reason for Ross’s ban is unknown, it probably has something to do with the incident. According to the Twitch community guidelines, an account may be suspended or banned if it looks like the owner has lost control of their stream.
“In situations where a user has lost control of their broadcast due to severe injury, medical emergency, police action, or being targeted with serious violence, we will temporarily remove the channel and associated content.”
Adin Ross was quick enough to delete the tweet just after the incident saying “I really got banned on twitch for being swatted”. This isn’t the first time that the streamer had to face an incident like this, but was never banned from Twitch for the same.
He has now been unbanned.— Jake Lucky (@JakeSucky) November 10, 2022