Update #1 – Hassan Bokhari (Twitch Staff) Blocked Me
In less than 24 hours of posting this article online, Hassan Bokhari blocked me from being able to view his Twitter account on both my personal Twitter account, as well as my website’s Twitter account. He also declined to comment on this article.
Just further proof that the staff at Twitch is corrupt.
Steven A.K.A OrangeSlyce here from The Trend Guys, and some of you may remember me from my quite successful Twitch stream — until, of course, Twitch decided to fuck me in the ass without the common courtesy of a reach-around. But hell, they’re pretty good at fucking people over that aren’t partnered members. So, I’ve decided I’m going to teach all of you just how you can get someone banned from Twitch.
Over the course of this post, you’ll learn the following:
- Why you should get someone banned from Twitch.
- How easy is it to get someone banned from Twitch?
- Twitch is corrupt.
- Twitch promotes hate.
- Twitch promotes racism.
- Twitch promotes hatred towards the LGBT community.
- How to get practically anyone banned from Twitch.
So, without further adieu, let’s get started!
Why You Should Get Someone Banned from Twitch
There are many reasons as to why you should get someone banned from Twitch, and lucky for you, they’re really easy!
Do you answer YES to any of the following questions?
- Do you want to get someone banned from Twitch for no good reason?
- Do you want to completely fuck someone over?
- Do you want to cyber bully someone?
- Do you want to completely reverse someone’s hard work and months of grinding in hopes of building up a Twitch following?
- Are you a total asshole?
- Do you want to get people banned that are taking away potential viewers from your streams?
- Do you enjoy circle jerks accompanied by other sweaty men in your parent’s basement?
If you answer yes to any of the questions above, you’re ready to get some helpless motherfucker banned from Twitch!
How Easy Is It To Get Someone Banned From Twitch?
Very fucking easy. You can have someone banned within minutes if you’re an ultra-neckbeard.
Is Twitch Really Corrupt?
You see, Twitch was purchased by Amazon, but Amazon completely fucked up and decided to allow the present staff at Twitch to remain. In other words, Twitch is basically the same as it ever was (corrupt as fuck) but the earnings now go to Amazon!
How Is Twitch Corrupt?
The Twitch staff is basically like the plastics from Mean Girls, but not attractive in anyway, and no one really wants to be one of them, or hang out with them, or show them their vagina. In other words, they’re basement-dwelling neckbeards, but they’re in a position of nerd power, and they abuse it to the fullest extent.
Every school has those people that were absolutely nobodies for one reason or another. However, after school, these people decide to become cops, so they can be put in a position of “power,” and get back at all those people that never talked to them or hung out with them. Think of the Twitch staff like those people, but they refuse to come outside of the house! Therefore, they seek out a position of “power” on the Internet and voila! You have the Twitch staff.
So, how does this make the Twitch staff corrupt?
Firstly, they have a chip on their shoulder for humanity in general. If you’re a functioning member of society and venture out of your house from time-to-time, you’re already on their shit list.
Secondly, they still strive to be friends with someone — anyone — they deem to be cool. In other words, certain members are protected by Twitch staff. If they want a fellow streamer gone — they’re gone.
Thirdly, they will NOT ban or enforce rules against someone that is a partnered streamer. It’s not going to fucking happen, because these people are part of the cool crowd, and make Twitch money. They could kill a puppy on webcam and Twitch staff wouldn’t blink an eye.
Twitch Promotes Hatred
Do you think Twitch would be a great place to find other people / gamers that you can relate to and make some friends for life? Well, that’s what Twitch would be like if this were a perfect world, but it’s not — and it’s Twitch. ‘Nuff said.
Over the course of streaming on Twitch, I was able to acquire nearly 6,000 fans and was well on my way to being able to get a Twitch partnership at some point. Well, I like to think I was, anyway. Unfortunately, all of that was taken away from me in the blink of an eye, because a fellow streamer was friends with a Twitch staff member and they wanted me banned, because they were afraid that some of their viewers might venture over to my stream.
Fellow Streamer: Respawn Plays (@RespawnPlays) – This guy actually had someone take a picture of him in his driveway on a scooter… Think about that.
Twitch Staff Member: Hassan Bokhari (@BackwardsNinja)
I was streaming the moment I was banned. Literally within two minutes of the streamer above contacting his friend on the Twitch staff, I was banned. In an instant, I lost months of hard work, dedication, and most important — my 5,000+ friends I had acquired while using the Twitch service. They were all gone, and other than the few that had added me on social media, I’ve never been able to contact them since.
After being banned, the bullying didn’t stop, and I was continuously harassed via Twitter. The fellow streamer I mentioned above even bragged about having friends on the Twitch staff on his Twitter account and how he talked to them directly about banning me. I looked to see if he was telling the truth — he was. As I said, within two minutes of him talking with the Twitch staff member above (also his friend) I was permanently banned.
Twitch basically has a three strikes and you’re out rules. You will get suspended a couple of times, and the third time you’re in violation of their terms of service, you’re permanently banned. I was never suspended, never received a warning — nothing. They didn’t even follow their own policies by giving me a 24-hour suspension. I was banned permanently out of nowhere.
As I said above, after being banned from Twitch, I was still being harassed via social media. I was being called homophobic slurs, racial slurs, etc… This was also an often occurrence in my streams, because I do have friends of the LGBT community that I would play with. I also had friends of varying ethnicities that were also the target of this blatant hatred.
Was I banned, because one of my gay friends were a moderator of my stream? I don’t know, but I was certainly harassed about it plenty of times. The above Twitch staff member saw their friend continually harassing me, as well as my friends, and never said a word about it — he just banned me, instead. Also, when I was banned, I was never given a reason. All I was told is that I was banned due to “OTHER terms of service violations.”
Oh, and did I mention that they also banned my gay friend / moderator of my stream right after banning me, too? Sounds like gay hate to me.
Step-By-Step Instructions On How To Get Someone Banned From Twitch
So, you’ve decided you’re a fucking asshole and you want to get someone banned from Twitch. Well, I’m going to show you just how EASY this is to accomplish. Are you ready to be amazed?
As I stated above, this method will work on practically the whole Twitch community, except for the 3% that are partnered streamers.
Step 1: Enjoy Fucking People Over
Remember, you’re going to completely ruin someone’s hard work, so you definitely need to be a major league prick!
Step 2: Create a Twitter Account
You NEED to be on Twitter, so you can contact Twitch support and allow them to kiss your ass, so they’ll listen to you when you tell them to ban other streamers.
Step 3: Buy Twitter Followers
Buying Twitter followers will make you look much more popular than you really are. Therefore, Twitch staff will want to be part of your clique, and will be more likely to ban people for you.
As you can see, @RespawnPlays purchased all of his Twitter followers.
Step 4: Pick Your Target
Now here’s where you want to pick your target. Make sure you pick someone that’s bigger than you on Twitch. What’s the point in getting someone banned that has less viewers than you? Wait until they’re bigger and then fuck them over in the future.
Step 5: Viewbot & Chat Bot Them!
Now, this may seem like it’s counter-productive, because you’re going to boost their views, but this will later come to work in your favor! Either buy a program that will do this for you, or search on Google for a service that offers both viewbots and chat bot. Sure, you’re going to spend a little bit of money, but you’ll have the last laugh.
Step 6: Talk Shit To Your Victim! (Optional)
Now, this is completely optional, but you’re part of the “cool club” and the Twitch staff actually looks up to you! Therefore, don’t be afraid to talk some smack! What real great is when you call your victim a viewbotter and chat botter! Also, don’t forget to call them racial and homophobic slurs! Twitch staff really likes that!
Step 7: Tweet A Member of Twitch Staff On Twitter
Now you’re ready to get your victim banned! Simply send out a message to a Twitch staff member on Twitter and tell them that you want your victim to be banned, because they are viewbotting and chat botting.
Protip: Tweet @ Hassan Bokhari. He’s known for banning people for his friends, so he’ll likely do it for you, but there’s plenty of other corrupt Twitch staff members you could message, as well.
So, you just figured out how to get someone banned from Twitch. I’m sure it’s a lot easier than you thought. What are you thoughts on this? Do you have any tips? Have you ever been banned from Twitch or been a victim of their corruption? Leave a comment below and let us know!