Sentinels’ professional Valorant player and Twitch streamer Zellsis has been banned from the platform – A brave broadcaster named Jordan “Zellsis,” who recently joined the Sentinels Valorant roster, has been banned from the Twitch site. There were a lot of uproars recently when Shroud, a former Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player, was bought. The Sentinels’ Jordan “Zellsis” Montemurro also made the decision to stick with the team for the 2023 campaign. In an effort to remedy the situation, the professional esports player and Kay/O main have already tweeted Twitch Support. He claims that the strike is unjustified and that nothing objectionable was spoken during the live.
Weeks after finally being verified on Twitter, Sentinels professional Valorant player and Twitch sensation Zellsis has been banned from the platform pic.twitter.com/PT70jPZihk
— Jake Lucky (@JakeSucky) August 17, 2022
Jordan, who previously played Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, had to quit the game in 2020 to prepare for a career in Riot’s newest tactical shooter. He participated in a tryout match for Cloud9 back in 2019. This July, he was given a second opportunity at fame after being selected by Sentinels before the North American Last Chance Qualifiers.
In his comments, the professional Valorant streamer vigorously criticized the choice, claiming it an unreasonable ban. Even more so, he noted that it was likely a mistaken strike similar to Prod and Shanks, in which Twitch confused one profanity for the homophobic F-word: “I got banned for “hateful slurs or symbol” so I assume it was for saying f*ck it and twitch took it as me saying the other F word, just like shanks/prod. It wasn’t cause I was shirtless or streaming anime. #FreeZellsis”
The Streamer became aware of the ban right away and responded in his customary, crude fashion by using cuss words: “WHAT THE F*CK”.
He subsequently tagged Twitch Support, pledging to behave properly if the ban was lifted: “YO @TwitchSupport ILL BE A GOOD BOY PLEASE UNBAN ME” The gamer further continued attempting to attract attention from other key players and streamers to get his profile unsuspended, and the tweets kept rolling in:” FREE MY DAWG HE AIN’T DO NOTHING WRONG.”
Even using the hashtag “#FreeZellsis,” he attempted to persuade Twitch’s top brass to notice him: “get it trending #FreeZellsis”