Racist stream sniper gets called out after yelling slur at TwitchCon Europe - Dexerto

Racist stream sniper gets called out after yelling slur at TwitchCon Europe

Published: 15/Apr/2019 0:05 Updated: 19/Apr/2019 2:05

by Virginia Glaze


TwitchCon Europe is off to a rocky start, with popular streamers getting shut down for broadcasting in prohibited areas – but one incident is making waves for a completely different reason.

Twitch streamer ‘Constera’ was performing an IRL broadcast of the convention when an attendee walked past him, yelling a racial slur into the camera in an apparent attempt to get him banned from the platform.

The con-goer’s slur provoked an incredulous reaction from Constera and his friend, ‘OGBanra,’ who asked if the two could go “roast” her in retaliation.

Stream sniper learns the consequences of racism

Constera appeared to be against the idea, claiming that he didn’t want to give the stream sniper the attention she likely craved.

Constera’s caution didn’t stop Banra from approaching the sniper later on, giving her a sound scolding in the German language while a security officer stood in attendance.

The sniper went on to apologize for saying the slur, claiming that her reason for shouting the epithet was due to her being “way too hyped” for the convention.

“Okay I’m honestly, from the bottom of my heart, I’m sorry I was way too hyped, I didn’t think,” she apologized. “I’m just really, really sorry.”

The sniper in question also appeared on Imane ‘Pokimane’ Anys’s broadcast of the event for a meet-and-greet session, although no such drama went down on her stream.

Drama at TwitchCon Europe

TwitchCon EU has been rife with drama, with multiple top streamers being forbidden from streaming in the middle of live broadcasts and even kicked out of the venue.

Popular streamer and bodybuilder ‘Knut’ was removed from the premises, after a fellow streamer allegedly took over his stream to broadcast in the partner lounge – reportedly resulting in a streaming ban on the entire floor.

Another top streamer, Steven ‘Destiny’ Bonnell, was asked to shut off his broadcast while streaming in the partner lounge, while Pokimane was likewise asked to shut her stream down while merely walking in a hallway just outside the lounge.

That’s not all; con-goers are also targeting TwitchCon EU for their strict policy on outside food and beverage, noting the high cost of water in the venue – which even requires a 1€ deposit on a refillable, plastic cup.


How to watch the TikTok Room Awards: Nominees, results & more

Published: 28/Nov/2020 16:01

by Charlotte Colombo


Popular drama page TikTok Room delighted its 1.8 million followers this week when, on November 25, they announced on their Instagram that they would be hosting their very own awards show!

The post also announced that voting would be on Friday 27 November, with the awards then streaming tonight on Saturday 28 November.

Details surrounding what the award categories were was initially vague, with the account teasing more information throughout the week before opening the polls on Friday for fans to vote for some of their favorite TikTokers in various categories.

Despite the categories remaining unclear prior to voting being open, that didn’t stop some of TikTok’s biggest stars endorsing the awards and encouraging fans to vote for them.

Among other famous faces like Skai Jackson, Nessa Barrett, and Jacob Sartorius, Sway House star Bryce Hall endorsed the awards in a video, joking that he was probably nominated in the “most problematic” category, while Charli D’Amelio, who recently reached 100k followers on the TikTok, told her fans that “there is a special award show on Sunday” and encouraged them all to vote.

Although some fans found that there was difficulty submitting their votes – with TikTok Room explaining in an Instagram post that this was due to heavy traffic on the form- by the time the polls were closed, TikTok Room announced that over 500,000 votes were cast after teasing fans earlier that day with just how close some of the categories were.

What are the categories?

The TikTok Room awards consists of 28 categories in total, and are as follows:

  • Most active with fans
  • Best couple
  • Best makeup
  • Most positive
  • Best style (male)
  • Best style (female)
  • Best ship
  • Best dancer (male)
  • Best dancer (female)
  • Best fandom
  • Funniest TikToker/ collab
  • Best diss track
  • Least problematic (male)
  • Least problematic (female)
  • Best role model
  • Best group/duo
  • Kindest TikToker
  • Best dance creator
  • Best song
  • Most talented musician
  • Most achieved (male)
  • Most achieved (female)
  • Favourite TikToker/ Influencer (male)
  • Favourite TikToker/ Influencer (female)
  • Best clapbacks/ comebacks
  • Best YouTuber
  • Best hair
  • Best house

The running order of these categories is not yet clear.

When do the TikTok Room awards start?

While the awards themselves start at 8pm Eastern Standard Time, TikTok Room have announced that there will be a pre-show from 6pm Eastern Standard Time.

It isn’t quite certain how exactly the awards will be broadcast, although TikTok Room did confirm to a fan in the comments section that they would be posting the results on their Instagram page throughout the night.

So, to watch the awards, your best bet is to keep an eye on TikTok Room’s Instagram account!