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Indiefoxx Is Moving On From Twitch Following Sixth Ban, Announces New Streaming Home

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Indiefoxx Is Moving On From Twitch Following Sixth Ban, Announces New Streaming Home

Controversial Twitch star Jenelle 'Indiefoxx' Dagres has announced her return to streaming. However, it seems she won't be coming back to Twitch and will instead explore new options... which probably has something to do with the fact she was banned from the Amazon-owned streaming platform six times in the space of one year.

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Indiefoxx was one of Twitch's most popular - if divisive - streamers throughout 2021. She was one of the most well-known faces involved with the infamous hot tub meta, and managed to bring in over 2 million followers in an incredibly short space of time.

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Over the course of her Twitch career, Indiefoxx was hit with no less than six bans, seemingly as a result of her NSFW content that often pushed the boundaries of what was acceptable on the platform. This in itself sparked a debate about what can and can't be shown on Twitch, with many arguing that there's nothing inherently sexual about sitting in a hot tub in a bikini. Farting into a microphone was a bit weird, though.

The streamer's first ban came on January 29, and her last hit on June 28. This sixth ban also saw her lose her Twitch partner status, so it's not a huge surprise she's in no rush to return to the platform.

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Instead, it looks like she'll be making a go of YouTube. Indiefoxx revealed in a new video shared on Instagram and Twitter that she's moving on to the Google-owned video sharing service, where she will presumably continue to push the boundaries of what is acceptable. Pour one out for YouTube's moderators.

Featured Image Credit: Twitch/Indiefoxx

Topics: Twitch

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