ItsSliker, a well-known Twitch streamer, has managed to get around his second ban from the live streaming platform this year.

Sliker was banned from Twitch for three days after copying a text-based/ASCII emote into his chat. This is a violation of Twitch’s terms and conditions, for those who are unaware.

Many people assumed his ban was because he was flirting with an AI, which was strange in and of itself, but it was actually because of an emote he copied from one of his fans’ comments. On Wednesday, April 20, he was given the sanction. Sliker appealed to Twitch to lift the ban the same day, claiming it was an honest mistake.

Twitch, thankfully, accepted it, and the ban was quickly lifted. ItsSliker has returned to action in less than a day after Twitch’s actions.

ItsSliker is a well-known Twitch streamer with a solid fanbase of 400,000 followers who is known for his gaming content for Valorant, Fortnite, and GTA V.

Sliker isn’t the first famous streamer to be hammered by Twitch, which comes as no surprise. Dr. DisRespect, Soulja Boy, and xQc are just a few examples of notable names.