Fans joke that Erobb’s ban caused drama on Twitch


There’s been a lot of drama among Twitch streamers these days, with fans joking that Erobb’s 30-day ban is the reason there’s so much chaos right now.

Erobb is one of the most popular faces on Twitch. The longtime streamer is known for its gaming and IRL content. Over the years, the star, who is the younger brother of popular Lee streamer Tyler1, has carved out a niche for himself on the platform, amassing over 400,000 subscribers.

However, he was banned from Twitch for 30 days for his remarks on September 8th.

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Erobb received a 30 day Twitch ban

The transmitter was taken Twitter On September 13, it was announced that he had been banned.

“I just got word from Twitch that I will be banned for 30 days. See you on the 9th,” he said tweeted.

He posted another tweet On the same day, it was announced that he had been banned for “threatening to beat up an audience member at a Twitch con.”

Speaking about the event, Erobb admitted that he told an audience member, “I can’t wait to see you at TwitchCon, and I’m going to beat you.”

Fans joke that Erobb’s ban is why there is so much drama now

It’s been a pretty chaotic few weeks on Twitch. Drama surrounding QT Cinderella’s S**t Camp and A messy conversation between xQc and Adept after their breakup A lot has happened to streamer ItsSliker about his gambling addiction.

With so much discussion between the creators, many fans started joking that all the drama on Twitch started because of Erobb’s ban.

“Erobb is banned and everyone is freaking out.” one fan hilariously wrote.

Another fan joked: “Erobb got banned and all the L’s he was collecting started going to other streamers.”

“Everything was balanced before Erobb was banned.” joked another.

“Fundamentally, this whole drama is Erobb’s fault, because if Erobb hadn’t accepted the ban, he would have played in the League tournament, and if he had played in the tournament, he would have lost to XQC, which means he would have lost to XQC. played a long time in the league and didn’t have time for drama.” tweeted another fan.

What’s happening on Twitch these days?

On Monday, September 20, Twitch announced its decision to introduce new rules banning the streaming of gambling sites such as “Stake.com, Rollbit.com, Duelbits.com, and Roobet.com.”

It comes off the back of the drama surrounding ItsSliker.

Slicker, famous for games like Courage and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive on the deck confessed in one of his latest streams He used audience donations and friends’ money to gamble.

Following his confession, friends Mizkif, Trainwreck and Asmongold took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the matter.

Meanwhile, Ice Poseidon tweeted a photo of an alleged text exchange between him and The Miz in 2018, which showed racial and homophobic slurs.

Faced with a lot of backlash online, The Miz issued a lengthy apology and has now distanced himself from the organization he founded, The One True King.

Another recent drama involved xQc and Adept, whose breakup was made public.

Each former couple during the stream on September 16 on call With over 100,000 people watching them live, they began arguing about their divorce.

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