In 2016, once-popular streamer James “Phantoml0rd” Varga received a lifetime ban on Twitch. The channel‘s management accused him of fraud: Varga advertised the roulette site CSGOShuffle and allegedly “twisted” the chances of winning skins from CS:GO. In 2018, Varga sued Twitch.
And now the former streamer announced his unconditional victory: Twitch counterclaim dismissed, charges in connection with CSGOShuffle dropped, material compensation is set. However, instead of 35 million Varga will receive only about 21 thousand dollars.
Nevertheless, Phantoml0rd is sure that this is a big win, and not only him, but all streamers. Now the platform will not be so easy to lie to its users, intimidate them and show injustice.
Streamer can now return to his Twitch channel, but is unlikely to want to do so five years later . The streaming platform does not comment its loss in any way.
I WONNNNNNNNNNNNNNN!!! I WON MY LAWSUIT VS TWITCH ON ALL COUNTS!!!!! Twitch LOST EVERYTHING, including the fraud claim against me for the CSGOShuffle allegations!!! This is a win for ALL streamers! Twitch can’t bully, lie & treat streamers unfairly the way they have for years!!! pic. twitter.
com/G0GXQIBKRQ— Phantoml0rd (@PhantomL0rd) April 23, 2021 More on Gambling Authors Nier Replicant ver.
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