Fedmyster Banned from Twitch for Reportedly Streaming SuperBowl and Pretending to Play Madden 23

Nawshad Noor
By Nawshad Noor
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credit: Fedmyster Twitter

Twitch streamer Fedmyster was recently banned for streaming SuperBowl and pretending it was Madden 23.

Federico ‘Fedmyster’ Gaytan, more commonly known online as Fedmyster is an American Twitch streamer and YouTuber. His channels are popular for gaming streams and IRL content. He used to be part of the OfflineTV but has since been removed for sexual misconduct allegations.

Since then Fedmyster’s popularity has plummeted. He used to have 10k+ viewers on his Twitch channel. But, after making a comeback in July, his average viewer count has dropped below 1000.

His Twitch account was recently banned after streaming Superbowl which is against twitch’s terms and services policy. Viewers and online netizens say that Fedmyster was reportedly streaming the Super Bowl and was pretending it was a game he was playing.

He apparently called it Madded 23 and even changed his stream title to indicate he was playing Madden.

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Fedmyster Banned:

StreamerBans, a Twitter bot responsible for announcing bans of Twitch streamers published the news of Fedmyster’s ban. According to the Streamerbans website, this is Fedmyster’s 2nd ban.

As mentioned previously, Fedmyster reportedly tried to stream Super Bowl during his Livestream and tried to play it off as him playing Madden 23. He also reportedly banned anyone in the comments who said they will report his channel for streaming the Super Bowl.

At one point he changed his stream title to “Trying new madden game!TWDS#ad”. So, there is no doubt that at the time of the Super Bowl, Fedmyster was streaming it, which is the reason for his ban.

At the time of writing this article, we don’t know how long Fedmyster is banned or if the ban is permanent.

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Nawshad Noor is a former Editor at GameRiv.