Warzone 2 Streamer Aydan Handed 7-Day Twitch Ban for 'Sexually Explicit Conduct'

Aydan "Aydan" Conrad has been banned on Twitch for a week.
Aydan "Aydan" Conrad has been banned on Twitch for a week. / Aydan

Aydan "Aydan" Conrad has been banned from Twitch for seven days for "sexually explicit conduct," the popular Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 content creator announced Tuesday.

According to Aydan on Twitter, the suspension was given due to him humping his chair and moaning on stream.

"Hey, guys," Aydan initially tweeted Monday night, "I just wanted to let you know I've been suspended from Twitch for 7 days for 'sexually explicit conduct.' Not sure what the game plan is, but I just wanted to be transparent with you guys and keep you updated. Hope to see you soon."

In the replies, Aydan added that he "wasn't really provided any context or clip for reference."

The next morning, Aydan quote tweeted his initial announcement to reveal he received the reason for his ban.

"I got some more context behind my suspension," Aydan tweeted. "I ended up getting suspended for humping my chair and moaning. Looks like we gotta turn it down a little bit, lol."

Per Twitch's Community Guidelines, "Users are prohibited from broadcasting, uploading, soliciting, offering and linking to pornographic or sexually explicit content, and from offering or soliciting any sexual content in exchange for money, services or items of value."

Moreover, Twitch streamers are also restricted from showing or promoting "explicit, simulated or implied" sex, "including prolonged audio that implies sex/masturbation/orgasm, such as clear moaning and grunting."

Ultimately, barring a change of plans, it appears the earliest date for an Aydan return stream would be Monday, Dec. 19.