Michael “Thinnd” McMahon, 27, who was suspended from Facebook Gaming in June following emotional abuse allegations from an ex-partner, has since been streaming games such as Call of Duty: Warzone on YouTube.Michael “Thinnd” McMahon, 27, who was suspended from Facebook Gaming in June following emotional abuse allegations from an ex-partner, has since been streaming games such as Call of Duty: Warzone on YouTube.
Michael “Thinnd” McMahon, 27, who was suspended from Facebook Gaming in June following emotional abuse allegations from an ex-partner, has since been streaming games such as Call of Duty: Warzone on YouTube.

Streamers banned on Twitch and Facebook Gaming find a new home on YouTube

  • Banned or suspended for reasons including sexual harassment and emotional abuse, several video game streamers have found refuge on YouTube
  • While YouTube has cracked down on hate speech and harassment in its channels, it is reluctant to punish behaviour that occurred on other sites or offline

Topic |   Video gaming
Michael “Thinnd” McMahon, 27, who was suspended from Facebook Gaming in June following emotional abuse allegations from an ex-partner, has since been streaming games such as Call of Duty: Warzone on YouTube.Michael “Thinnd” McMahon, 27, who was suspended from Facebook Gaming in June following emotional abuse allegations from an ex-partner, has since been streaming games such as Call of Duty: Warzone on YouTube.
Michael “Thinnd” McMahon, 27, who was suspended from Facebook Gaming in June following emotional abuse allegations from an ex-partner, has since been streaming games such as Call of Duty: Warzone on YouTube.
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