Twitch is well known for making sure that their streamers are not violating any Terms of Service. All top streamers always try to avoid saying anything that can be considered as poor behavior. Although there have been many times when someone has accidently used some words that they shouldn’t had, Twitch has always given them a chance to learn from their mistake. However, it seems like one streamer was not learning from his past mistakes and the popular streaming service has now decided to give him the punishment he deserved.
Dellor’s Previous Behavior
Recently, a Twitch streamer who goes by the name Matt “Dellor” Vaughn recently lost his partnership with Twitch because of his poor behavior. For those who don’t know, back in April, the latter was playing some Apex Legends when he started bashing his female teammate. What basically happened was that the female player just took some extra loot, which made Dellor furious. He then started calling her names and even went on to say that she should stop playing video games. To make things worse, he even added “go fuc***g cook a fuc***g sandwich you fuc***g bi**h.”
Because of his poor behavior, Dellor was suspended for 30 days from streaming. Although the ban took place after his comments on his teammate, many believe that this was because of his previous violations. Dellor has a history of showing poor behavior during his streams. In 2017, the latter yelled a racial slur at one of his teammates while playing Overwatch. In addition to this, there have been many times when he has showcased bad behavior towards his teammates.
Dellor’s Partnership Has Ended
Now that the suspension time has ended, Dellor is back to his streaming business. However, upon returning, the latter has discovered that he has lost his partnership with Twitch. During his recent stream, he started crying while claiming that his partnership with the streaming service has ended. He even added that he had 2,000 subs, and the only Twitch contact he had can’t help him anymore. For those who don’t know, it is quite difficult to reach 2,000 subs on Twitch.
Although it is sad to see that he has lost his Twitch partnership, Dellor should not expect to see receive any kind of sympathy from the community. He should’ve thought about this before using insult terms during his streams. All of this wouldn’t have happened if he just followed some basic ethical rules which many streamers follow.
In any case, Dellor is surely going to avoid bashing his teammate from now on. In addition to this, this is also a lesson for those players who showcase such behavior during their streams. It won’t be long before Twitch starts ending partnerships with them too, something they will not like at all. Top streamers such as Ninja, Tfue, and many others rarely show such behavior during their streams. This is the very reason why they are loved by people all over the world.