In addition to this being against the law in California, it’s also a violation of Twitch’s community guidelines, which states “Sharing content that violates another’s reasonable expectation of privacy” (like they’re using the restroom) as a valid reason for banning a user. Beahm also had his E3 badge revoked by the ESA, according to a report from Kotaku.
After his abrupt exit from the show, the streamer published a highlight reel video of his brief time at E3, tweeting “Mishaps lead to recaps.” While Beahm himself hasn’t made any public statements regarding his channel being reinstated — as of this posting it remains offline and reads “Stream not scheduled” — Twitch users have been flooding the chat with commentary and signing up for his paid subscription option.
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