Slots YouTubers Suffer Mysterious Crackdown

Several YouTubers have found success in recent years with slots-related content. Brian Christopher, Miran Mirac, and Scott Richter have all built large followings based on their slots adventures. But these YouTubers also found out just how fragile their portals truly are. The famous video-sharing platform recently suspended multiple slots channels under strange circumstances. In Christopher’s […]

Several YouTubers have found success in recent years with slots-related content. Brian Christopher, Miran Mirac, and Scott Richter have all built large followings based on their slots adventures.

But these YouTubers also found out just how fragile their portals truly are. The famous video-sharing platform recently suspended multiple slots channels under strange circumstances.

In Christopher’s case, he was accused of posting “violent or dangerous acts.” It’s hard to see where the violence or danger comes in, considering that he’s only playing slot machines.

Richter also got a weird notice stating that his videos violated YouTube’s standards on “nudity.”

YouTube Completely Removes Channels

What’s crazy is that YouTubers like Christopher and Richter found that their accounts had completely vanished one day. Both have hundreds of videos, which disappeared along with the channels.

“It was like a stab in the back.” Christopher told Forbes.

“I devoted my entire life to YouTube. I gave them 1,100 videos and made them a lot of money. For them to turn around and shut me down with zero explanation hurts.”

Slots Players Get Their Channels Back

The good news is that all of the slots YouTubers who recently lost their channels were able to get everything back. The bad news is that they all need to fear for their futures in the industry.

YouTube has proven that they can take anybody’s channel down without so much as a conversation with the owners. After all, YouTube’s terms of service give them authority to rule their site as they please.

As for the slots YouTubers, they’re back to making videos and building their audiences. But they must now be leery that their livelihoods could be taken away at any moment.

This fact is especially painful for Richter and Christopher, who both earn up to $20,000 per month from their channels.

 

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