Twitch Streamer Dylantero Has Been Banned

Nawshad Noor
By Nawshad Noor
2 Min Read
Credit: Dylantero YouTube

Twitch has recently banned streamer and YouTuber Dylantero.

Dylan Silva or more commonly known online as Dylantero is a Chilean YouTuber. He first started making videos on popular MOBA “League of Legends” but later transitioned to reaction and criticism videos. Dylantero’s YouTube channel currently has more than 2.24M subscribers.

He also streams on Twitch with his account “DylanteroLIVE”. Most of the time he can be found in the Just Chatting section of Twitch but also plays games like Fortnite, GTA V, Call of Duty: Warzone, etc. Dylantero’s Twitch channel is also massive with more than 1 million followers.

Dylantro wears a bag over his head along with sunglasses to conceal his identity. Apparently, his friend leaked his face during a video published back in 2019. But he still chooses to wear the bag when making YouTube videos and Livestreaming. That’s a little backstory in case you are not familiar with him. Now let’s talk about something recent.

Recently Dylantero was banned from Twitch for what seems to be copyright violations.

Read More: State of Play to show Horizon Zero Dawn Forbidden West Gameplay

Dylantero Banned:

A Twitter bot that keeps track of streamer bans and unbans recently published the news of Dylantero’s ban. According to the Streamerbans official website, this is Dylantero’s first ban on Twitch.

Reason for Dylantero’s Ban:

Soon after the ban, Dylantero made a statement on his Twitter account. In the Tweet, he stated the reason but was unsure about the duration. Dylantro thinks that the ban was for playing Travis Scott music during his recent Livestream.

The translation of the Tweet reads,

“Don’t play Travis Scott live. xDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD I don’t know how much the ban is or anything”.

Twitch has not sent any official statement so we can’t say for sure why Twitch banned him. More info will be added to this article once it’s made public.

Read More: iNSUPERABLE Banned from Twitch for Body-shaming Streamer

Nawshad Noor is a former Editor at GameRiv.