The CEO of Twitch officially apologized to Ninja after a kind of accident, or rather fiasco, occurred a few days ago. As you probably know, Ninja has recently replaced Twitch by Microsoft’s mixer, leaving a business that represents more than 70% of the total online broadcast to start its own business. He quickly climbed to his first million on his new mixer account, while his account on Twitch was used as a standard offline account, to promote new streamers on Twitch and to broadcast the recommended contents to each respectful visitor.
However, inappropriate content was posted on the Twitch account of Ninja, and it is Ninja himself who accused Twitch, or rather asked them: what about it? TWITCH managers responded quickly to reaches the situation and apologize to their old Streaming Star, and Twitch’s CEO itself, Emmett Shear, gave him the following public excuses:
Our community comes to Twitch in search of live content. To be sure to find great live channels, we tried to display recommended content on Twitch, including on the offline Streamer pages. This helps all streamers to the extent that it creates new community connections. However, the obscene content that appears on the Ninja offline channel page flagrantly violates our service conditions. We therefore definitely suspended the account in question.
On a more personal note, I want to apologize directly to Ninja. It was not our intention, but it should not have happened. No excuse. — Emmett Shear, TWITCH CEO
Ninja Twitch Account seems to have been misused by accident and has been terminated immediately after her complaint. However, he has since reappeared, and he returned to the usual offline state. However, it does not yet make the complete promotion of top streamers and usual content. So far, the chain diffuses only some advertisements and contains the usual links on social networks and donations. It seems that this situation was not as serious as it had appeared at the beginning. Twitch continues to make a lot of effort to combat inappropriate content posted on its streaming service, such as nudity, sanctioned successfully.