Earlier this week, popular Twitch streamer Kaitlyn 'Amouranth' Siragusa found herself banned from the Amazon-owned streaming service for the fifth time.
While Siragusa has since been unbanned (her suspension lasted just three days), it remains unclear what exactly she did to earn this ban in the first place. The streamer has been banned in the past for pushing Twitch's guidelines on explicit content, and has become one of the most well-known faces of the divisive "hot tub meta".
Her last ban, which came in June, was because Twitch claimed she had broken the rules during an ASMR stream.
So Siragusa is back on Twitch and we're none the wiser as to what she might have done. But in a recent YouTube video uploaded during her suspension, she touched on her latest ban and teased the idea of a "new meta" to boost her subscriber count.
"It's kind of crazy if you think about it," she said in the video. "Like Instagram, Facebook got hacked, I get banned. You know. Twitch gets hacked, I get banned. It seems like there's a trend here. It seems like a correlation between the two.
"Companies up in arms, lighting themselves on fire internally but 'we still have time to ban Amouranth from both platforms. That's very important."
In the tongue-in-cheek video, Siragusa also joked about her family-friendly content, the priests that have been sliding into her DMs to congratulate her on her work, and what kind of content she'll bring to Twitch next.
"So a lot of the DMs I've gotten are asking me about what the new meta is gonna be when I come back," Siragusa said. "We had hot tubs, we had ear licking ASMR... what if we played video games? Maybe I should? Could you imagine? I'd probably be the first person on Twitch to try and play a video game. It'd be crazy."
Now that she's officially back on Twitch, it's only a matter of time before we see where Siragusa takes her content next. It will probably not be video games.
Featured Image Credit: Amouranth via Twitch
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