David “TheGrefg” has been banned from Twitch in an unexpected turn of events. The prominent Spanish broadcaster, who wowed the gaming world with his Twitch audience record, has been banned from the purple platform. Various bots that follow these activities through social media have spotted it, and it has spread mostly thanks to StreamerBans. TheGrefg Banned
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The ban’s specifics have remained a mystery so far. Twitch does not publicly announce the bans or explain why they were imposed, so we’ll have to wait till the streamer speaks up. For years, the Murcian has been one of the most influential people in Twitch content creation, and he currently owns the record for the most simultaneous viewers in a single broadcast, which has surpassed two million since the day he unveiled his Fortnite skin.
He has, nevertheless, been a frequent participant in debates. He has been involved in many scenarios that have put him in the spotlight over the last few years, and it happened again this weekend, this time with a cross-posting of tweets with another excellent content producer. In any event, it does not appear to be connected to the prohibition. Everything took place outside of Twitch, and only Twitch-related events are punished.
The Spanish streamer is well known for his Fortnite broadcasts. Apart from broadcasting Fortnite, David also spends time playing Minecraft, Call of Duty, and a range of other games, earning him the moniker “variety streamer.” According to reports, the Twitch sensation began streaming in 2020 (after his first suspension) and broke the livestream concurrent player record. With 2.4 million views on his livestream, the popular streamer broke the record set by Fortnite player Ninja by 1.3 million.
The news came as a huge shock to his viewers, as one could imagine. The majority of his followers used social media to find out more about his ban. A few viewers believe Brunenger’s appearance on his most recent stream was the basis for his unjust ban.