Anime Expo Lite stream taken down on YouTube for ‘violating Terms of Service’

Right before the inviting event of Anime Expo Lite started for YouTube audiences, the video unexpectedly stopped and went gray with a message that composed the livestream had actually been “removed for violating YouTube’s Terms of Service.” It is possible that the music in the video’s countdown intro triggered this broke, or that YouTube incorrectly targeted the stream.

The YouTube livestream serves a significant function for the expo, as it is one of 2 channels that premieres arranged panels. The other channel, showing a various range of panels, is on Twitch, and has not yet faced any technical troubles. Given that the event, Anime Expo has actually introduced another livestream on YouTube that has actually gone off without a drawback. YouTube has actually not yet commented on the thinking for the previous video’s elimination.

If you are having trouble discovering a new YouTube link for the channel, you can enjoy the event down below.

https://www.youtube com/watch? v= LVLbxXu580 o

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