Twitch Streamer Doaenel Finally Unbanned After Name Change Drama
Twitch streamer Doenell caused some confusion when he was banned from streaming after finally trying to change his username. On February 17, Twitch streamer doaenel revealed that he would be granted a "polite suspension" and allowed to change his name. In a recent tweet, the anchor revealed that he received a "polite suspension" and was able to change his name. In the case of Twitch streamer doaenel, League of Legends streamer was banned in early February for using his username, "even though he's been using the same hashtag on Twitch for a while.
Twitch didn't take Doenels' seemingly inappropriate username too kindly, slamming Dohenels into a permanent ban. Many are calling Twitch "soft" and that an "inappropriate" username seems like a strange reason for a ban. Most people in the streaming community rolled their eyes at Twitch's decision to ban Dohenel for his username. The unblocking happened shortly before Twitch set up a new Twitch username policy.
On February 6, Doenel announced that Doenel had been banned indefinitely from Twitch. Karasmai noted that she was trying to contact Twitch to lift the indefinite suspension, claiming it was Doenels' fault due to Doenel's seemingly inappropriate username. In fact, Doenel claimed that the "inappropriate" username was actually his "real angelic name", which he discovered through a text process.
According to the tweet, the nickname came from a message in which people combed through the first two letters of the first name, the first vowel of the first name, the third letter of the middle name, and then the last. match their last names. Twitter users believe that if the name was really a problem, it would have surfaced earlier.
Some users have just discovered a really strange situation where Twitch can ban someone like this and then force them to change their name. Some responses on Twitter asked Twitch and Riot to permanently ban the streamer. It looked like an overreaction and another example of inconsistent punishment from Twitch.
The streamer known as Doaenel said some very inappropriate words, causing Yvonne to name him on Twitter. A streaming clip of Doaenels shows the streamer making an unwelcome sexual comment about Yvonne. As soon as Dohenel saw the Dohenel streaming clip, he jokingly replied, “Dude, it never really gets old.
The experience has infuriated many viewers and streamers who find the streamer's behavior unacceptable. After the release, Yvonne's teammate William 'Skarra' Lee went to the comments section to share one of Dohenel's comments, which still asked her to answer a question. Not everyone seemed to understand why his name is now "DoBleedPurple", but Twitter was quick to explain.
One user talked about the purple color palette for League of Legends, as well as the color that Twitch uses in branding. Of course, I'm a bit shocked (maybe I shouldn't be) that Twitch permanently banned the streamer for the seemingly inappropriate username Doaenels. While he has changed his username and has no restrictions, the streamer may request another name change in 60 days, so it remains to be seen if DoBleedPurple will last longer or have something else to switch to.
Time will tell if Twitch streamer Doaenel will change his name after 60 days, but for now streamers can re-stream after being banned and return to creating content on Twitch. Now, although Doaenel has been using it since it launched on Twitch in 2019, it was subsequently banned from the Amazon-owned platform for an "inappropriate" username. It has been broadcasting online under this nickname since 2019. However, Twitch has only issued a 3-day ban on streamers who shave his balls during live broadcasts.