A guy by the name of Jonathan, also known as "Murdaro" (sometimes stylized Murda Ro or Murdar0) on Twitch and other social media platforms has blessed an entire community with a following of almost 20,000. Being a Destiny streamer, Murdaro has shown immense passion for gaming, and while being exceptionally skilled at it, helping out others that play.
Upon receiving his partnership c. 2015 Murdaro has grown exceptionally in the eyes of many people, reaching 10K followers on twitch not even after a year.
As the playerbase of Destiny dwindled so did the viewer count of those that streamed it, as people were shifting towards games such as Overwatch and PUBG, which were a lot more popular at the time. Murdaro, adaptable to what the viewers want switched to the former and eventually reached Top 500 on PC in its competitive gamemode. At this skill level, he was able to play against top tier Overwatch professionals such as Seagull and Timthetatman, all while entertaining as much as 500 concurrent viewers.
Then came a time around Q4 2017 where Twitch Terms of Services became heavily enforced, and Murdaro was unfortunately dealt with a permanent ban. Regardless of his actions, its true nature irrelevant, none of it had any serious repercussions on anyone; it did not offend nor did it hurt the company.
Many other streamers have committed more serious infractions to the TOS, some of the likes of doxxing, prejudice, nudity, threatening with a weapon on stream, the list goes on. However, the one thing consistent with these bans is that most of them receive second chances, or unbans a certain amount of time later. Twitch's decision of implementing Murdaro's ban is to be respected, but shouldn't that same second chance be applicable as well?
It will soon be a year after his ban in two months time, this is the perfect opportunity to grant Murdaro his streaming privileges back albeit with some fair restrictions. With Murdaro comes the community first, and nothing else.