British Twitch streamer ‘AverageHarry’ loses partnership and might lose his account over age restrictions – apparently he signed up for Twitch while he was under the age of 13.
Twitch partner status is the ultimate goal of every Twitch streamer. Having a partnership approval
means you will have a blue tick on your account and it means a lot for those streamers who are
trying to make a living out of Twitch.
It takes a lot of years and dedication to reach this level. AverageHarry is one of those hard working streamers trying to entertain their audience he almost had it in his hand. However, 72 days after his application was filed, Twitch hit him with the worst news possible: he won’t be able to get a partnership. Not just now, but for as long as he streams on his current account.
According to Twitch, the streamer AverageHarry has signed up for Twitch account when he was under 13 years of age back in February 2018. Without considering that it has been two years since then and now
he is 15, Twitch says that he needs to start a new account and grind all the way again because of
their age restrictions policy.
“So you’re telling me I waited 72 days on my partner application just to get denied and told if I ever wanted partner I’d have to make a completely different account. F**k me man,” he said on Twitter.
Currently AverageHarry has over 81k followers on Twitch, he broke down while discussing the topic on live brodcast.
“It’s really not looking good boys. I’ve sent the email off, but it’s a bit of a reality check — I won’t lie. I haven’t gotten a response from them yet, so we don’t know. It’s long, it is very f**king long,” he said.
“Today’s one of the worst days I’ve had in a hot f**king minute. Thank you to everyone who pulled up to the stream,” he added later on Twitter.
he has been streaming consistently from 2019 only and he has grown a lot in just two years with
average 100 viewers at a time.
Twitch is still to comment on this situation but we will update you if we get any other piece of information so follow us on Twitter.
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