DjWheat Has Say On Pokimane’s Recent DMCA Ban

Marcus “djWHEAT” had some harsh words for Imane “Pokimane,” a Twitch streaming personality. During a recent stream, the ex-Twitch employee discussed how Pokimane’s DMCA strike in 2021 was one of the most shortsighted things he had ever witnessed on the Purple Platform.

As he reacted to the latest MatPat video on YouTube about reaction streamers and the meta surrounding it on Twitch, he gave reason to his thoughts.

djWHEAT had been live streaming for about two and a half hours, watching videos that his audience had asked him to react to. He came across MatPat’s video, in which he discussed how Twitch handles different content metas and how Twitch handles streamer banning.

Twitch streamers’ react meta, according to MatPat, is the way to go for various streamers. The logic that underpins this rationale. When djWHEAT was four minutes into the video, she brought up Pokimane, who had been banned for a few days after being DMCA-ed for watching the animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender.

Pokimane isn’t the only streamer who has made such a decision, according to WHEAT.

For the next forty-odd minutes, the former Twitch executive continued to react to the entire video and offer more thoughts on the subject. After streaming for four and a half hours, he decided to call it a day.

Fans were split on what WHEAT had to say about Poki’s recent suspension. Most people said Pokimane wouldn’t mind because she had a two-day vacation.

djWHEAT is a former Twitch executive and a 45-year-old American shoutcaster. From 2011 to January 2022, he worked as the Director of Creative Development at Twitch.

He rose to prominence in the late 2000s, winning multiple tournaments in games such as Quake III Arena. He currently streams on Twitch and discusses current events in the streaming world.

Fans were split on what WHEAT had to say about Poki’s recent suspension. Most people said Pokimane wouldn’t mind because she had a two-day vacation.

djWHEAT is a former Twitch executive and a 45-year-old American shoutcaster. From 2011 to January 2022, he worked as the Director of Creative Development at Twitch.

He rose to prominence in the late 2000s, winning multiple tournaments in games such as Quake III Arena. He currently streams on Twitch and discusses current events in the streaming world.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.