6-year-old streamer banned live on Twitch

6-year-old streamer banned live on Twitch

RowdyRogan is a streamer with above-average skills in Call of Duty: Warzone, with an interesting feature: the fact that he is only 6 years old.

The child has more than 80,000 followers on Twitch and about 120,000 subscribers on YouTube, but that didn’t stop him from suffering a heavy setback when he was banned from Twitch live.

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Without notice, RowdyRogan received the message that his account was permanently banned from the platform. After a period of confusion over what happened, especially on the part of his father, the young streamer did not avoid an emotional reaction.

Some believe that this will be an error on the part of the platform, which, in recent times, has made news by banning some of its main content producers for no apparent reason.

However, it is possible that the order came from Activision itself, the game’s producer, originating from the age of RowdyRogan.

The Call of Duty: Warzone terms of service specifically mention that players must be 13 years of age or older, causing this popular young streamer to be breaking the rules.

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In any case, the internet has already mobilized to try to regain the child’s status on the platform, creating a support movement that even has some prominent names, such as Swagg, a member of FaZe, one of Warzone’s great teams.

For now, it is not yet known whether RowdyRogan will return to broadcasting other types of games or producing content related to CoD: Warzone.

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