Call Of Duty Streamer Banned Due To 'Inappropriate Outfit'
In another twist in the saga around Twitch's confusing regulations on beachwear and clothing, popular Call of Duty: Warzone streamer Danielle "TheDanDangler" Lanza has been banned again for "inappropriate attire".
Lanza, who was previously picked as the first female captain in the World Series of Warzone (the Call of Duty League's first official Warzone tournament ran by Activision back in the days of Verdansk), often flicks between playing Warzone and sitting in the Just Chatting or Hot Tub meta topics on Twitch.
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While her swimwear has been accepted when dipping out of the tubs, Twitch has deemed her bikini as inappropriate, leaving the streamer as yet another woman banned for clothing. In the words of TheDanDangler herself, does this beg the question of whether Twitch is trying to kill itself?
TheDanDangler Banned From Twitch Again
With 300,000 followers on Twitch, Lanza is one of Warzone's most-popular female streamers but has been banned from the platform on multiple occasions for allegedly breaking the Terms of Service
This time, Lanza insisted that she did nothing wrong by mocking Twitch's own categories, explaining that she was banned "for inappropriate attire again. I had a bikini on in the bikini category."
"I had a pool in my stream and we were doing water activities," she continued in a now-deleted tweet.
TheDanDangler Asks Is Twitch trying to kill itself?
TheDanDangler's ban comes as one of many in recent times, as Twitch appears to enforce contradictory rules. After she received the notification of the action from Twitch, she took to social media to ask her followers, "is Twitch trying to kill itself?", as a clear lash out to her own ban, and that of Corinna Kopf.
Having seen Kopf banned for the same reason, upon her return to the platform after three months away, Lanza revealed that her one-day suspension was as a result of "violating the nudity and attire policy", akin to Kopf.
She had been banned for the same reason back in February, and then slammed the streaming platform for their double standards, as they allow the likes of Kaitlyn "Amouranth" Siragusa to wear the same clothing ban-free.