Twitch streamer SavageBabyDoll has been removed from eRa Eternity, a professional esports organization, due to her recent remarks during her recent stream.
As we should know, streamers make money through viewer support by getting subscribers for that sweet, sweet recurring paydays. They can also make money from sponsors, ads, and merchandise to name a few. Thus, the majority of them rely on fan support, mainly subscriptions.
The streamer SavageBabyDoll was slightly too “savage” when she made a remark that resounded through Twitch and Twitter.
A non-sub viewer joined her stream and asked to play with her on Fortnite. She was hosting a Fortnite match with her subs, however, this particular viewer @gh0stty_ on Twitter wasn’t a sub and kindly asked to join the boxfight.
That’s when SavageBabyDoll seemed frustrated to answer and asked her mods to “ban every little poor person who can’t afford a sub.” Her mods then went ahead and banned all non-subs from the channel. This is definitely unconventional and not the norm- at least on Twitch.
The user then tweeted the incident on Twitter to her organization, eRa, and also noted that SavageBabyDoll didn’t say the lobby was limited to subs only in her title. The user also noted that the request was asked kindly.
After nearly 2K comments later, viewers have chimed in and bashed her to nothing. She removed all her recent videos, social channels, and shut down her online accounts.
Being a relatively new streamer, she learned the hard way that this ain’t the way Twitch rolls. She was also removed from eRa Eternity due to this mishaps.
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