Call of Duty: How the US Army sports stream went into ‘trouble’

Call of Duty: How the US Army sports stream went into ‘trouble’

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You will be surprised to know that they have the main military weapons of the armed forces of the United States. eSports Teams. us Army, Navy and Air Force, have their own teams. It is one of the ways of engaging with the civilian population and as such, attracts more people towards a career in the military. Recently, during a Twitch stream of Call of duty: Warzone, US Army Exports Channel Posed some questions to the audience about American war According to a report by
The US Army export channel on Twitch is not your regular Twitch channel. Reportedly, it maintains its own chat rules that go beyond twitch rules and guidelines. But it seems that material intermediaries were a bit unstable when they were asked questions about American war crimes. As a result, the US Army’s Twitch account banned any other questions related to American war crimes, as reported.
Esports journalist Rod Breslau posted a video clip streamed to Twitter showing a user in a chat asking the question: “What is your favorite American war crime?”. Next, a notification appears saying that the message cannot be posted due to the channel’s moderation settings. This question was rewritten: “What’s your favorite u w4r cr1me?” And re-posted to chat.

Green beret Joshua “Stratnium” David said, “Have a good time, ban my friend.” The stream was stopped shortly thereafter. When it was resumed, only viewers were allowed to post in chat after the channel for at least 24 hours.


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