Amouranth explains how she avoided a Twitch ban, which permanently removed her major rival from the platform.
Kaitlyn Siragusa, a 29-year-old streamer who goes by the name “Amouranth” on Twitch and OnlyFans, has gained popularity through her revealing content.
She has been known to push the limits of what is allowed on Twitch, and in 2021, she and fellow streamer Jenelle “Indiefoxx” Dagres competed for viewers by engaging in ASMR and hot tub content.
Amouranth Claims She “Baited” Indiefoxx Into Getting Banned
Indiefoxx accused Amouranth of copying her content and profiting from her creativity. This rivalry came to an end when Indiefoxx was permanently banned from Twitch in June 2021 and moved to YouTube, while Amouranth continued to thrive on Twitch as one of its most successful streamers.
In an interview, Amouranth reflects on the controversial “ear licking” meta that involved streamers engaging in sexually suggestive behavior on Twitch.
She notes that many female streamers were participating in this trend, and that both she and Indiefoxx were among the first to be banned as a result.
However, while Amouranth adjusted her content in response to the platform's actions, Indiefoxx continued to push the boundaries in an effort to outdo her rival.
Amouranth acknowledges that she may have played a role in this dynamic, saying, “you could say I push her up to it.”
Ultimately, Twitch took action against the sexualization of content on the platform, leading to bans for many streamers who had engaged in this type of behavior.
February 16, 2023
Although Amouranth's content may seem superficial, the story highlights that she is strategic and purposeful in her approach.
She has been able to test the boundaries of what is acceptable on Twitch while still maintaining her career on the platform for several years.
This balance between creativity and caution has allowed her to succeed on Twitch and other pay platforms like OnlyFans.
However, the risks associated with pushing the limits of the platform are evident, as other streamers have not been as successful in navigating the platform's rules and guidelines.