Nairo Begins Streaming On YouTube After Twitch Ban - How Did It Go?
Nairo is back to live streaming, now on YouTube!
Professional Smash player Nairo has made his return to streaming as YouTube becomes his new temporary home. We’ve put together everything you need to know about Nairo’s return to streaming, and just how well it actually went.
Nairo was recently banned from Twitch after sexual misconduct allegations arose against him. However, the allegations have since been resolved and Nairo’s name has been cleared of any wrongdoing.
However, Twitch is yet to unban the professional player. You can find his response to the situation in the tweet below.
- TWITCH: xQc Banned Again From NoPixel
Who Is Nairo?
Nairoby Quezada, who is better known by his online alias Nairo, is a professional Super Smash Bros. player from America.
Nairo is only 24 years old but is regarded as one of the top professional players in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, and Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
The professional player was signed by Team Liquid in 2015, but wasn’t there long as he was then signed by NRG Esports in 2016. Nairo remained under NRG Esports until 2020.
Nairo Begins Streaming On YouTube
On April 8, Nairo made his return to streaming after a hiatus. Nairo is however still banned on Twitch, and although his appeal with the platform is still processing, he decided to begin his first stream back on YouTube instead.
Nairo streamed for just over 6 hours in his return, and of course played Super Smash Bros. Ultimate for the entire duration.
The Super Smash Bros. player had quite the support for his first stream back, with the live stream now sitting at over 450,000 views. He also managed to smash some of his previous Twitch records, with his YouTube stream peaking at around 23,000 concurrent viewers.
His YouTube channel also currently sits at almost 240,000 subscribers.
You can find a link to his YouTube channel below, where you can watch the full 6 hour stream too.