Twitch Bans Adin Ross After he was Swatted During Livestream

Popular Twitch streamer Adin Ross has been banned after being swatted during Livestream.

Adin Ross is a popular internet personality and streamer from the USA. He gained popularity through his Twitch channel, which now has more than 6.7 million followers. Since May 2020, he started getting viewers and followers rapidly on Twitch. Some of his most streamed games on twitch are NBA 2k20, GTA V, Fortnite, etc.

Adin Ross also has a YouTube channel called “Adin Live” with over 2.98M subscribers. He usually uploads clips from his Twitch stream on his YouTube. Twitch has a history of banning and unbanning Adin Ross multiple times in the past. He has already been banned 5 times in the years 2020 and 2021.

Recently Adin Ross was banned for the 6th time after police swatted his house during a Livestream. Swatting is a common phenomenon for streamers whose address gets leaked online. People on the internet make hoax calls to emergency services to bring a large number of police officers to a certain address.

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Adin Ross 6th Twitch Ban:

According to streamerBans, Adin Ross was banned on November 10 at around 1:56 PM. Soon after the Ban, Adin Ross was unbanned from Twitch. It took less than 30 minutes for Twitch to reverse the ban on Adin Ross’s Twitch channel.

In the clip, we can see Adin Ross talking on the phone during his recent Livestream and saying,

“We got swatted, I’m streaming right now. There’s a Swat team at my house right now, I can hear them”.

He then kneeled on the ground, put his hands behind his head in a non-threatening positing, and said to Twitch chat,

”Why do you all do this? Why do you all do this to people? I hear my friends already being screamed at by cops.”

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