After being banned on Twitch for the 2nd in June 2020, Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel revealed that he had to go to streamer therapy,’ alleging that it was part of the unbanning procedure.
Marcus ‘djWHEAT’ Graham, the Head of Twitch Community Productions, said that broadcasters responding to programmes on life is “absolutely not fine,” according to xQc on December 27.
Instead of discussing the matter at hand, xQc remarked that djWHEAT is “really great” and disclosed that following his second ban, he had to go to “streamer treatment,” with djWHEAT serving as the “therapist.”
What is the MasterChef Meta on Twitch which XQC is a part of?
Shows like MasterChef have been a significant trend on Just Chatting streams over the past few weeks. By replying to them on their streams, content makers like xQc and HasanAbi have made a fortune.
The forum discussed the potential of broadcasters being sued for DMCA violations by the owners of the show’s licences. For playing particular songs on their streams, several broadcasters have fallen subject to licencing holders. As a result, it’s not out of the question for HasanAbi and xQc to be in trouble for streaming MasterChef.
Marcus Graham, better known to Twitch followers as djWheat, reiterated these sentiments in a Twitter discussion. For the past few years, Graham has served as Twitch’s Head of Creator Development, and it appears that he feels these creators will be in danger soon.
xQc also mentioned that during the session, he and djWheat discussed the concerns that resulted in his suspension.
“He was nice though, it was like a ‘Oh, you understand like why you were banned and why is that bad’ type of discussion. It was like an hour and a half long. It was a super anonymous type thing.”
It must be stated that it’s good to see Twitch provide therapy for people following their ban on their website. Many times these situations could be really tough on the mental health of the streamers.