For most streamers, getting banned from Twitch is a foregone conclusion, but the punishment seldom lasts more than a week or two. Even after being caught on stream having sex with her lover, creator Kimmikka was able to return to the stream after only seven days.
Def Noodles’ on-stream ban for “drugging” was handled similarly, except instead of being concerned by the short sentence, he went straight to YouTube. However, Peyzki (real name Peyton Chorvat) was suspended for a lengthier period of time for a less serious offence. Peyzki was penalized with three separate copyright violations for playing Beyoncé songs during her 2018 live stream.
After an investigation on Twitch’s claims, she was given an indefinite ban for two years, two months, and three days. Her ban has now been lifted, and she can finally return to Twitch. She hasn’t completely abandoned streaming throughout the years, and has been active on adult content portals OnlyF and Fansly, which Amouranth also uses.
Peyzki joked that she would never “crime” again if her ban was removed, and she afterwards went on Twitch for her first live stream in over two years.