Twitch blocks monetization of ‘Hot Tub’ streamer Amouranth

Kaitlyn Siragusa, better known as ‘Amouranth’, is one of the best known streamers in recent times on the Twitch platform. The young American has become popular thanks to her connections and broadcasts, in which she does direct in a swimsuit or bikini from a portable pool. A combination of elements that has generated concern in the Twitch community.

‘Amouranth’ is considered one of the pioneers of ‘Hot Tub’, although there are already several ‘streamers’ that have joined the success of doing these live shows in a pool. Well, although Twitch already declared to the Kotaku medium that this was not against the rules of the platform, it seems that it is. They have decided to ‘block’ the ‘streamer’ in some way.

“I was informed that Twitch has indefinitely suspended advertising on my channel,” Amouranth wrote via Twitter. “Twitch did not contact me in any way. I had to speak to them after noticing, without any prior notice, that all ad revenue had disappeared from my channel’s analytics, ”he continued in the message.

“This is an ALARMING precedent and serves as a clear warning that while content may not violate community guidelines, Twitch has full discretion to target individual channels and partially or fully demonetize them,” the young woman tweeted in another message.

“The problem is not that Twitch removes the ads. It is that they do it without clarifying what their guidelines are. We saw it coming, everyone expected it, but no one expected it without communication. Simply, a stealth elimination ”, he concluded in another writing.

After that, the young woman affirms that she has known how to diversify her income on different channels such as YouTube, Instagram and OnlyFans.