m0e Banned Indefinitely on Twitch for Possible Homophobic Slurs
Mohammed "m0E" Assad, a popular CS:GO Twitch streamer was reportedly banned indefinitely from Twitch for "Hateful Conduct" as laid out by Twitch's Community Guidelines. M0E himself has speculated that the ban he received was a 30-day ban.
This is my last post on this as i promised my wife id enjoy the vacation. In the same email from @Twitch they state that the first and second strike will result in a 24 hour ban. Why the hell am i doin a 30 day ban as my first strike for this? That is all im done pic.twitter.com/c55eq6StBm— mOE (@m0E_tv) 1 июля 2018 г.
The former Echo Fox player is widely known for his rage-heavy Twitch stream and skillful gameplay. It is unknown if he was banned indefinitely for using homophobic slurs in particular, but it may have contributed to the length of his ban.
M0E is no stranger to controversy, having been at the center of a scandal alongside skin gambling website CS:GO Diamonds. In that scandal m0E and CS:GO Diamonds were in an advertising deal, where m0E would use the website and gamble live on his stream. The relationship between the two soured when it was alleged that the site had given m0E an unfair advantage.