Fans of the popular Fortnite streamer and YouTuber SypherPK are no stranger to his younger brother, JuniorPK. Sypher has featured Junior in several of his videos, challenges, and streams – helping the latter grow substantially on both Twitch and YouTube.
With the help of his older brother, Junior was able to cultivate his own following and amass 60,000 followers on Twitch. On July 26, JuniorPK uploaded a video to YouTube entitled “I Got Permanently Banned…” In the video, the streamer discusses why his Twitch channel got deleted out of the blue.
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According to Twitch Terms of Service (TOS), anyone with an account must be at least 13 years old. When Junior applied for partnership and gave Twitch his documentation, they saw that the streamer created his account when he was 12 – meaning that it violated the Twitch TOS. The platform had no choice but to delete his entire channel – 60,000 followers and all.
This is incredibly unfortunate for Junior, but it could have been a lot worse. Yes, he’s facing a substantial setback in his streaming career, but he still has an older brother with millions of followers and two massive platforms in Twitch and YouTube. Sypher even released a video, telling his fans about the situation and linking his brother’s new Twitch channel: Twitch.tv/juniorPK123.
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The banning should serve as a cautionary tale to all young, aspiring streamers out there. If you were using your current Twitch account before you turned 13, then you could face the same situation if your hard work pays off and you are able to apply for partnership. You too could have your entire channel deleted – and you probably don’t have a brother with the amount of clout that SypherPK has.
Junior will bounce back from this. For him, it’s likely a minor setback for a major comeback. According to Sypher,…