Indiefoxx fans have been wondering when she will return since she was banned from Twitch. She has now said when she would resume broadcasting. Indiefoxx was one of Twitch’s fastest-growing streamers during the infamous hot tub meta in 2021, amassing over 2 million followers.
Despite this rise, her provocative content resulted in six bans, the first on January 29 and the latest, potentially permanent, on June 28, when her partner status was also revoked. Indiefoxx announced her return to streaming in a new video posted to her Instagram and Twitter accounts on October 5, but this time she’ll be taking her talents to YouTube.
Indiefoxx confirms that the Twitch ban is permanent.
The model and singer has not stated whether or not the ban would be enforced. She did, however, provide some insight in her YouTube streaming announcement video.
The streamer engages in some ASMR while lying down on her bed in the video. Suddenly, she receives an email from Twitch Support that reads, “Dear Indiefoxx, your Twitch account has been permanently suspended following several guidelines…” before being cut off.
Following this, the scene shifts to a “manager” on the phone discussing recruiting the streamer and finding her a new home.
Finally, the video concludes with a jobless Indiefoxx sitting on a couch, surrounded by Dorito chips and Mountain Dew cans, before receiving a call about new streaming gig.
Indiefoxx has announced the launch of its YouTube streaming service.
Indiefoxx’s debut YouTube stream will be on her ‘JenelleCat‘ channel on Saturday, October 9 at 12 p.m. PST. Her move to YouTube follows in the footsteps of other Twitch stars who have been permanently suspended, such as Dr Disrespect, who was inexplicably banned in the summer of 2020. Unlike Indiefoxx, the Doc intends to sue Twitch over his suspension.
It’s unclear what her feeds will consist of, but if they’re anything like her Twitch content, it’ll be fascinating to see whether Google takes a similar stance.
In any event, we’ll find out when she returns to streaming after a four-month absence.