YouTube Channel Investigated By 2K For Leaks Disappears

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#BoycottBorderlands3 is just the tip of a wider investigation into Borderlands 3 leaks.

Matt "SupMatto" Somers no longer has a live YouTube channel following reports 2K Games investigated his channel over Borderlands 3 leaks.

Following our report where 2K confirmed an investigation into Somers' Borderlands 3 content over possible leaks, SupMatto's whole YouTube channel and backlog of content has been taken offline.

Somers revealed that his YouTube channel suffered several copyright strikes from 2K Games. YouTube has a 3 strike policy where if a channel is flagged three times within a 90 day time period, YouTube will shut down the channel. Considering the number of strikes Somers' YouTube channel received, this could be a likely explanation for the disappearance.

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