Make of this what you will but after eating a Twitch ban (this was the 'fundraiser' ban iirc) Phil says he has a 'new point of contact with Twitch' (that he later refers to as 'my contact at Twitch'), and that he tells Phil that all the people reporting Phil on Twitch are "idiots" and Phil doesn't have to worry about that. Phil then says "I feel like Twitch has my back". Timestamped at 16m08sI honestly don't think anyone specific at Twitch has told Phil they have his back. If they did, I have no problem being called a fucking idiot; but the only thing that has got Twitch to be consistent is "making fun of other streamers" or having a big enough of a public backlash to warrant having to take action. Phil getting banned for a day or two for making an off the cuff comment on purple-beard guy shows Phil isn't untouchable; yes it was supposed to be longer, but he backdoored his way into making it far shorter than it was supposed to be, but I'm chalking that up to partner-privilege instead of someone looking out for him (because he's not the only one who's been able to do that). There's probably only two ways to make Phil get dropped completely by Twitch. The first would be some form of x-ism that causes the progressives to sperg out; because Twitch loves to bill themselves as progressives. So if Phil was to drop a nigger-bomb when bitching about Tevin or something, that'd probably get him axed with a quickness. The other would be if his paypigs stop contributing so much to where Twitch starts to wonder if his 11+ year legacy is worth the problems that come with it.