Within minutes, Ocasio-Cortez and Omar became the most-watched stream on the platform.
"The US military is your average online cringelord," gaming consultant Rod Breslau tweeted.
Some commenters on the U.S. Army's Esports team were banned from the team's Twitch channel and Discord server room after asking about U.S. war crimes.
"Promotions on Twitch must comply with all applicable laws," a spokesperson for the streaming giant said. "This promotion did not comply with our Terms, and we have required them to remove it."
"Obviously, for legal counsel, I have to be careful here. But I can say however, that I will not be returning to Twitch, so, I mean, that's it," Beahm told PC Gamer.
The online personality had hundreds of thousands of followers on Twitch.
"Like anyone else, politicians on Twitch must adhere to our Terms of Service and Community Guidelines."
A woman has claimed that the gaming YouTuber assaulted her at the PAX South festival in 2015—a claim which he has publically denied.
The famous auto tune swooner announced on stream that content creators will be able to use his beats without fear of DMCA claims.
The rapper responded on Twitter to the streamer with a simple but direct answer of "Fasho champ."
"I am getting harassed because I represent a lot of things people hate about diversity and acceptance," Steph "FerociouslySteph" Loehr said.
From video game YouTubers to drag performers, charity live streams have continued to raise awareness and capital for COVID-19 relief
The Amazon-owned website has enjoyed a surge of attention as citizens around the world have been forced to isolate, with new Q1 2020 statistics released by Streamlabs indicating significant view growth.
With more people trying their hand at short-form videos, TikTok saw a major increase in users while people practice self-isolation due to the coronavirus.
Pokimane is the latest streamer to sign an exclusivity deal with Twitch. Get the latest details on here deal here.
Praxis Political Legal has hit seven Twitch streamers with DMCA takedowns.
"Until recently, Twitch held a monopoly on most of the top live streamers. Now that this is changing," Ashray Urs, head of product at Streamlabs, tells Newsweek.
Streamer Jenna has come under internet scrutiny after alleged messages from her Discord leaked. Get the latest on the drama here.
Mother in Calgary accused of slapping and biting her 14-month-old son while playing Fortnite.
JuJu Smith-Schuster may have missed the past three games with a knee injury, but that has not stopped the Steelers wide receiver from making money.
"It's not about bringing them from other platforms, it's about finding where streamers can thrive with their audience," Leo Olebe, director of partnerships at Facebook
LilyPichu, AvacadoPeeled and SleightlyMusical are in the midst of a massive wave of controversy targeted at the streamer collective OfflineTV.
"I just want to stream for my fans and directly engage with my gaming friends and Mixer allows me to do that with more interactivity and variety."
The streamer claims that the dog had a piece of pillow lodged in its throat and he was "helping."
Considering Twitch's continuous issues with moderation, could the platform finally be falling apart?
Tyler "Ninja" Blevins, one of the most popular video game streamers in the world, recently ditched Amazon-owned Twitch for Microsoft's video platform Mixer. What will happen next?
Richard Tyler "Ninja" Blevins has spoken out after streaming giant Twitch spread adult content on his former account. That was only the beginning.
How will the streaming service adapt to a world without it's top streamer?
Ninja is leaving his 14 million Twitch followers for Microsoft's Mixer. Here's how to set up a streaming account of your own.