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Tommey calls recent Twitch ban an ‘absolute farce’

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100 Thieves streamer and Call of Duty: Warzone gamer Thomas “Tommey” Trewren has been banned from Twitch. When Daily Esports asked for a comment from Tommey, he said the ban is an “absolute sham”.

Since signing with 100 Thieves in November, Tommey has seen incredible growth on Twitch. He sees thousands of viewers join his stream every day to watch him take part in Warzone tournaments and expose cheaters.

However, as Tommey’s channel is currently banned from Twitch, that progress will be suspended for the time being.

Tommey banned from Twitch

The ban came from Twitch during the afternoon of February 23. Twitter account, @StreamerBans made the information public and the community responded with some confusion.

This is Tommey’s first ban on the platform and, as of yet, there is no official reason behind it. However, reporter Jake lucky states that the reason for Tommey’s ban is due to the disclosure of “non-confidential personal information”.

The language behind this reason is a bit confusing. “Non-confidential information” has not justified bans in the past. However, Twitch has been on something of a bans streak lately.

In recent weeks, several high-profile streamers have appeared on Streamer Bans’ Twitter account. Creators like Fortnite pro Cody “Clix” Conrad and FaZe Clan member Alexander “Adapt” Hamilton Pinkevich have been banned from the platform.

By the way, a major problem behind these bans is that Twitch sometimes doesn’t give a reason behind the action. It is not clear if the same is happening with Tommey. Daily Esports was unable to reach him for further information on the ban prior to publication.

Since Tommey said that the ban is an “absolute sham”, it appears that he is not overly concerned about a prolonged absence from Twitch. We will continue to update this article as additional information becomes available.



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