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Entertainment • Jun 27, 2019

CinCinBear’s Twitch channel banned after NSFW mistake on stream

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CinCinBear’s Twitch channel banned after NSFW mistake on stream
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Twitch streamer CinCinBear has had her channel suspended, apparently due to a wardrobe malfunction that took place during her June 26 stream.

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CinCinBear is a variety streamer on the channel, streaming a mixture of games and IRL broadcasts to her audience.

This will not be the case for a little while though, as her channel has been taken down from the site as of Thursday, June 27, following her unfortunate error.

Instagram: cincinbear
CinCinBear's Twitch channel has been suspended.

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In a clip taken from her stream, CinCinBear can be seen dancing behind her PC setup, before bending down to pet her dogs, which is when the wardrobe malfunction took place. “What, did something show?” asked the streamer in the clip, as her chat reacted to what had just happened.

It’s appears that Twitch then chose to ban her for breaking their Community Guidelines, that prohibits “nudity, pornography, and other sexual content.”

While the content doesn’t show any explicit nudity, Twitch state that “Sexually suggestive content or activities are prohibited,” with the site likely viewing her mishap as sexually suggestive content.

Her channel has allegedly been banned due to a wardrobe malfunction.

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One of the unique things about Twitch is it’s live nature, allowing viewers and creators to communicate with each other in real time, but when accidents like this happen during a broadcast, there is nothing that the streamer can do at that point to avoid it going out to their audience.

While some streamers do choose to flaunt the rules, this appears to have been a mistake on CinCinBear’s part, but it hasn’t saved her from punishment from Twitch if she has been banned for the incident.

It’s unclear how long the ban will last, but it’s possible that she may not be able to return to the site for 30 days, which would expire around July 27. Dexerto have reached out to CinCinBear for conformation.

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