Streaming is one of the most popular things nowadays. Most players dream of being a streamer, playing, and earning money. Of course, it is not as easy as it seems. Streaming is a full-time job where you need to play games 24/7 and follow the rules set by the platform. Sometimes things happen in the streaming world and we hear that the streamers are banned. This is generally due to breaching a rule in streaming. Even one of the most popular streamers Dr. Disrespect got banned before. These rules are very strict. However, sometimes things go horribly wrong. Like yesterday Call of Duty streamer, Carl Riemer fired a gun accidentally live on stream.
Don't do what I did. Ever. Literally everything was going perfectly in life and one mistake ruined everything I've been doing for year. I cannot put into words how sorry I am and how dangerous what I did last night was. pic.twitter.com/O781ecXxJN— Carl (@Carllamaa) March 5, 2020
It all happened yesterday, while Carl Riemer the famous trick shooter on CoD fired a gun while streaming drunk. Of course, this got immediate attention from Twitch and he was banned immediately. Things did not stop there, apparently, Carl Riemer is removed from the SoaR Gaming roster as well. Riemer announced an apology and acknowledged his mistake. This was a very wrong move and a definite breach of the rules set by Twitch. Carl Riemer has more than 800,000 subscribers on Youtube. Of course, after this, he released also an apology video and thanked Soar Gaming for doing what they were supposed to do.
In other news, we are still waiting for the Call of Duty Warzone release date from Activision.