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Why Disguised Toast Was Banned From Twitch

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Following viewing the series Death Note on Livestream, famous specialty broadcaster Jeremy “Disguised Toast” Wang was banned from Twitch. On Monday night, the ban was imposed. 

Why Was Disguised Toast Banned On Twitch?

Whereas the justification for the restriction hasn’t been formally announced. It’s most probably the consequence of a DMCA licensing violation against Twitch by the anime’s rights owners. The suspension looks to be comparable to that which was imposed on Imane “Pokimane” Anys on Friday night.

While broadcasting Avatar: The Last Airbender, Anys, who works for the very same media company as Wang. Got a DMCA claim and was also banned immediately on the broadcast. Anys’ sentence, on the other hand, wasn’t very serious.

While the circumstances appear to be identical. It’s uncertain whether Wang’s network will be restored in the very same period of time as Anys’. “They just couldn’t have delayed 20 additional minutes huh?” Disguised Toast twitch tweeted rather than making an announcement statement about the ban.

Disguised Toast Twitch Ban Duration

As far as what Twitch broadcasters are labeling the “TV meta”. Numerous Twitch streamers have already been viewing and responding to copyright material over the previous few months. Although this meta has attracted a large number of audiences for many streams.

The potential of DMCA lawsuits from the actual proprietors of the programs has always been present. And if broadcasters continue to stream diverse copyright material, a further ban seems to have been on the line.

Disguised Toast has provided more details regarding his suspension on Twitter. Indicating that it would most likely last a month. He tweeted on 11th January informing about his ban.

Disguised Toast Twitter: Fans React

Following the banning of numerous of their favorite Twitch streamers. Due to copyright violations, numerous fans have suggested that rather than trying to respond to other people’s broadcasts. Artists should focus on creating fresh content.
“It will only harm you when you’re already making unlawful reaction video,” one person said, “so just generate better content.”

“Tbh shouldn’t really be broadcasting copyrighted content,” another wrote. Another large one has died; I’m certain it won’t be forever, though I’m sure it’ll irritate several major streamers.”


“I believe Toast intends to see how far he can stretch the rules before telling the difference. If Twitch does not adjust its policies, other streams will attempt to do the very same stuff. “It was right to do that,” said another.


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