“They Try to Start Drama With Me More” – ‘Hot-Tub Queen’ Amouranth Spill Beans About Her Twitch Rivalries and the Platform’s Ban Policies

Published 11/24/2022, 9:30 AM EST

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Kaitlyn Michelle Siragusa, better known as Amouranth, recently revealed in an interview with gaming reporter Jake Lucky and Full Squad Gaming about her rivalries on Twitch and what she thinks about the ban policies of the streaming platform.

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Amouranth is among the biggest streamers on the Amazon-owned livestreaming platform. She has fan-following over 6.1 million on Twitch. The streamer rose to glory after her ASMR and hot-tub streams went viral on the platform. She even won the best ASMR streamer award this year.

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Amouranth reveals about having a feud on Twitch

In the recent interview with Jake Lucky and The Squad, Amouranth answered many questions related to her personal and professional life. But there was a point when they started talking about her being the ‘Queen of Hot-Tub Meta’. So, The Squad asked her, being the top hot-streamer, if she has any rivalry or beef with any fellow streamer.

However, the 28-year-old rejected the question and claimed not to have any rivalry with anyone from her side at least. She said, “No, I’m not competitive with them. In fact, I think they try to start drama with me more. That just maybe they are competitive or just seeing as like start beef then it’s relevancy that people do online.”

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Siragusa again reminded everyone of her non-competitive personality. However, she mentioned some exceptions when she could have a rivalry with someone. She shared, “The only time I’m a really competitive person is if it’s like a friend in real life in the arcade versus each other. I’m not a petty online competitive person.”

Hot-Tub Queen also talked about Twitch ban policy

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Amouranth also talked about Twitch’s ban policies later in the interview. The Twitch streamer is no stranger to bans, as she has been a victim of them multiple times. Undoubtedly, she isn’t a fan of them which she mentions in the interview.

“I hate their ban policy. It’s actually interesting that there seems to be a disconnect at Twitch.” The streamer continued, “It seems like their trust and safety team doesn’t communicate with the rest of the Twitch staff. So the Trust and Safety team is the one in charge of suspending people basically. They don’t even communicate with the partner’s managers on what got the streamer suspended.”

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Amouranth isn’t the first streamer to talk about the poor communication with the Twitch team. Many streamers in the past have complained about not receiving a proper explanation for their bans on the purple platform.

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Ripan Majumdar is an esports and F1 writer at Essentially Sports. He is currently pursuing his Bachelor's in Science from West Bengal State University, Kolkata. Ripan is a massive Red Bull Racing and Sergio Perez fan.
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