Amazon-owned Twitch has disabled an Amazon Prime Video channel after a presenter seemed to reveal her breast during a live presentation.
On Sunday, Twitch’s official Spanish-language Prime Video channel was mysteriously shut down.
The incident occurred, however, during a portion of the debate show Esto is un Late.
Twitch expressly prohibits the usage of partial or complete nudity on camera.
Sexually suggestive content is also prohibited, such as concentrating the camera on the breasts, buttocks, or genital area.
The hosts of Esto is un Late was nearing the end of their weekend broadcast when comic Henar Alvarez pushed her top halfway up, clearly joking that that was one way to terminate the hour-long show.
“We’re about to get blacklisted,” she said, laughing. “Don’t make me laugh, please. We’re going to get kicked out!”
Ms Alvarez’s breast slipped from view when the broadcast moved to a title card for a brief moment before returning to the live feed.
The stream ended abruptly, but the channel was taken down from Twitch within a few hours.
According to gaming news site Kotaku, this is the first time an Amazon-owned firm has been banned from Twitch. The live streaming behemoth provides an appeals procedure for people who want their bans lifted or lessened.
Twitch, which started as a video game broadcasting service but has since developed into an all-purpose platform, has had a history of sexually suggestive material difficulties.
Similar discussions over what is and is not authorised prompted by the hot tub meta, in which streamers broadcast in swimwear from an indoor hot tub.