Popular streamer Kaitlyn ‘Amouranth’ Siragusa has been unbanned on Twitch days after receiving a suspension though her main TikTok and Instagram accounts remain offline.
Update Oct 11 – Amouranth Twitch ban lifted
After being simultaneously banned on Twitch, TikTok, and Instagram, Amouranth’s ban on her mainstreaming account was lifted.
— StreamerBans (@StreamerBans) October 11, 2021
Her fifth Twitch ban kept her from streaming for about three days. In response, she said the reason for her suspension was still unclear.
Regardless, Amouranth’s Twitch channel is now online again where her 4.4 million followers will be able to tune in to her return stream soon.
Original story follows below…
Reports first surfaced of Amouranth’s latest ban on October 8, after the StreamerBans service tweeted out about the suspension.
The reason for Amouranth’s Twitch ban is unknown as of yet, as she has not discussed the issue at the time of writing.
Amouranth banned on Twitch for fifth time
Amouranth was recently reported to be the most-watched female streamer of Q3, racking up an impressive 12.1 million views overall.
According to the StreamerBans service, this is Amouranth’s fifth ban from Twitch. Her previous bans have been rather short, with her third ban in May 2020 lasting just a single day, although the broadcaster similarly did not elaborate on the reason for that suspension.
However, it appears Amouranth is still partnered. Permanent bans typically result in an account being unpartnered.
The account is still the best stream on Twitch! Ohh and also a partner. pic.twitter.com/cFe73WPfv8
— CommanderRoot (@CommanderRoot) October 8, 2021
Amouranth also banned on TikTok and Instagram
However, Twitch isn’t the only place Amouranth has been banned from; the streamer was reportedly banned on TikTok and Instagram, as well.
She uploaded a humorous response to the suspensions over on Twitter, where she seemed to poke fun at her multiple-platform bans by claiming she was “banned everywhere.”
Banned everywhere 🥺 pic.twitter.com/3gcW9k13Ci
— Amouranth (@Amouranth) October 8, 2021
Amouranth opened up further on the bans in a post on her alternate Twitter account, saying that, for now, she will post on YouTube “all weekend.”
She also claimed that she will be speaking on the bans in a video on her main YouTube channel tomorrow, October 9.
Getting “deplatformed” everywhere is a bizarre feeling
I have so much energy and a paucity of places to put it now. Will workout and make YouTube videos all weekend I guess. New video tomorrow talking about all this on my main YT
Financially I’m fine. could probably 3% FIRE
— Kaitlyn (@wildkait) October 8, 2021
Stay tuned to Dexerto for updates on this ongoing story.