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Twitch star Amoranth ‘paid $8,000 by fans to call them video losers’

Big TWITCH star Amouranth has revealed a strange request from a fan set to make her thousands of dollars.

In a series of tweets on Tuesday, the US platform’s biggest female creator revealed that an admirer would pay her $8,000 to call them a video loser.

Amouranth is the most popular female streamer on Twitch

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Amouranth is the most popular female streamer on TwitchCredit: Twitch

She added that the anonymous texter also asked her to raise her hand in an obscene gesture in the clip.

“Someone offered $8,000 to debunk them and call them losers on my fan page,” Amouranth, whose real name is Kaitlyn Siragusa, tweeted.

She added: “It’s all wild. I guess I’ll do it.”

Amouranth is one of the most successful creators on Twitch, broadcasting to her 5 million followers for up to 12 hours a day.

The Texan streams footage of her dancing, playing video games and more – almost always in a bikini or lingerie.

She recently told Vice that she earns $1.5m (£1.1m) a month posting content on Twitch and the obvious partner is OnlyFans.

Amouranth admits that people often email her with offers of “obscene” amounts – offers that aren’t always accurate.

However, the most recent case appears to be legit as they donated on Amouranth’s “fan page messenger”.

“To clarify, there is 40x $200 donation (spread over 3 days, they have to confirm with their payment processor lol) on the messenger on the fan page from this person,” the streamer added. . “So it’s done.”

“They claimed that they would revisit the video whenever they felt like procrastinating to start their diet and work towards their goals,” she added.

Amazon bought Twitch for $1 billion in 2014, and the streaming platform has flourished in the years since.

Thanks to a spike in users during the coronavirus pandemic, the service now boasts up to two million concurrent viewers.

Broadcasters play video games on their own, cook, chat with friends, and more.

However, unlike rival streaming platforms like OnlyFans, users are strictly prohibited from posting sexually explicit content.

“For female presenters, we ask that you cover your nipples. We don’t allow exposure,” the service’s community guidelines say.

It also doesn’t allow “pornographic content” such as cameras focusing on “chests, buttocks, or pelvis”.

Amouranth violated nudity guidelines on multiple occasions.

In May, the streaming mega-star announced that Twitch has suspended advertising on her channel after a string of odd broadcasts.

Twitch is the world's largest streaming platform

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Twitch is the world’s largest streaming platformCredit: Getty
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