A well-known Twitch livestreamer has been banned from the Amazon-owned video-streaming platform. Kai Cenat, who had over 300,000 subscriptions at his peak, has been temporarily removed from the platform due to a violation of Twitch’s terms of service.
When visiting his channel, a message indicates that it is currently unavailable. As is typical on Twitch, Cenat played video games and conversed with his audience during his livestreams.
In March, Cenat surpassed the subscription records of Ludwig and Ninja and became one of the biggest names in streaming.
Twitch users can follow their favorite streamers for free or support them by subscribing or gifting subscriptions to others. The basic subscription package costs £3.99 a month or $4.99 in the US, with higher tiers costing more.
Currently, Jynxzi, 21, holds the record for the most subscriptions with 75,000, which is a significant increase from 10,000 in September, and has more than one million followers. Jynxzi is most well-known for playing the online shooter game Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege.
He learned that he had taken the top spot while livestreaming and celebrated on Twitter, where people called him “the new king of Twitch.”