Sєxy streamer says Twitch ban has sparked huge boost for raunchy OnlyFans page

Twitch streamer Amouranth said being banned from the platform has made her OnlyFans career more lucrative. Kaitlyn Siragusa said her sign-ups have risen by hundreds

A streamer who was banned from Twitch over her racy H๏τ tub content has seen a surge in OnlyFans subscribers.

Amouranth, whose real name is Kaitlyn Siragusa, was penalised for broadcasting in a ʙικιɴι.

Back in May, she revealed: “Yesterday I was informed that Twitch has Indefinitely Suspended Advertising on my channel.

“Twitch didn’t reach out in any way whatsoever. I had to initiate the conversation after noticing, without any prior warning, all the ads revenue had disappeared from my Channel Analytics.”

But while her Twitch earnings have fallen, she’s earning a fortune on OnlyFans.

Last week, Katilyn revealed hundreds of fans have subscribed to her on the adults-only platform in a matter of hours.

On Twitter, she wrote: “587 new subs on OF since the ban – mere hour or two ago.”

Kaitlyn, who is from Houton, has more than 492,000 likes on the adult website.

She charges $8.24 (around £6) a month to see her Sєxy content.

This includes “intimate stuff” like “roleplay”, “bondage” and “teasing” videos.

While Amouranth seems to be doing well outside of her Twitch career, she’s angered that she’s been penalised on the streaming platform.

She said: “Although content may not ostensibly break community guidelines or Terms of service, Twitch has complete discretion to target individual channels & partially or wholly demonetized them for content that is deemed ‘not advertiser friendly’…

“This leaves open-ended the question of where the line is drawn.”

Marcus Graham, Twitch’s Head of Creator Development, said in a recent live-stream: “Our nudity and attire policy does allow bathing suits in an appropriate context, and H๏τ tubs do fall under that criteria.

“However, what has not changed is the Sєxually suggestive and explicit content is not allowed under the guidelines, under the [Terms of Service], and Twitch will take action when that is reported to us.”

Earlier this month, Pokémon streamer Jubilee “JubileeBlais” Blaisdell was banned from Twitch.

She was penalised for promoting her OnlyFans page on the platform.