Since the Twitch ban, Beahm declined to comment on any specific theories or rumors in his first interview. He told the Washington Post in July that he had not heard why it was banned, and he didn’t know it until someone mentioned the ban in someone else’s ban. When he got in touch with Twitch, the platform confirmed that he had been suspended, but would not provide any reasons behind it. We also learned from his interview with PC Gamer that Twitch severed all ties with streaming media and that Beahm completely used the streaming platform.
“Yes, this is all these incredible things,” Beahm told PC Gamer, also revealing that he is considering a legal action against Twitch. “Obviously, for legal counsel, I have to be careful here. But I can say that I will not return to Twitch again, that̵
The ban came a few months after Beahm signed a multi-year exclusive agreement with Twitch, when Microsoft hollowed out other popular streamers like Ninja and Shroud for its own Mixer streaming service, while Beahm was Lock it in the platform. . Beahm confirmed to The Washington Post that Twitch had cancelled his contract. According to Kotaku, this ribbon can earn $10 million from this transaction each year.
Dr. DisRespect’s return on YouTube was only the day after Ninja (real name: Richard Tyler Blevins) made a comeback on Twitch, and Twitch Affiliate played in his first video stream, which was in the first 15 There are nearly 100,000 viewers on the edge in a minute. Beahm had more than 4 million followers on Twitch before the ban. Can a similar number be achieved now?