Who is STPeach, the popular streamer banned for Cammy cosplay?

By Olivia Richman


Apr 9, 2022

Reading time: 3 min

Lisa “STPeach” Vannatta is a popular Twitch streamer that’s quickly risen in notoriety thanks to her blend of IRL vlogging streams and gaming content. But who is the woman behind the cosplays?

STPeach is a popular Twitch streamer who has gone through a lot of controversies, ranging from confronting stalkers to getting banned for overly revealing cosplays. The nature of her streaming career has resulted in both fame and infamy for her online, there is more to STPeach than just the drama.

How old is STPeach?

Canadian streamer STPeach was born on November 8, 1993, making her currently 28 years old. STPeach was born to a wealthy and religious family. She fell in love with video games early in her life and her family has supported her passion.

She previously lived in Bankview, a suburban area in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. She later moved to California in 2018, and she remains in California today.

Is STPeach single?

STPeach is not single. She has been in a relationship with Korean partner Jay Chae for several years. The two were married in 2019 and have remained together since. Chae is occasionally seen in STPeach’s videos and on her social media accounts, though he is not prominently featured.

When did STPeach start streaming on Twitch?

STPeach began streaming in 2015. Since then, she has gained over 1.1 million followers on Twitch. Her most-played games are League of Legends, Valorant, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. But she can usually be found in the Just Chatting section where she talks to her fans and followers. STPeach is also known for her fitness videos and travel vlogs, many of which are posted to YouTube.

STPeach has gained a large following for her cosplays, which many of the streamer’s fans have been drawn to. Some fans have even created compilations featuring STPeach sporting various cosplays. At times, attention from fans has become overly intensive, leading to some controversies for STPeach.

STPeach opens up about harassment

STPeach was one of the female streamers interviewed by NBC News for a feature on online harassment of women. STPeach admitted that she has become accustomed to harassment online, calling it a part of her job.

“There are definitely days where I’m like, ‘I can’t even stream because there’s so much mean stuff,'” STPeach said.

Unfortunately, mean comments are not the worst thing that STPeach has dealt with as a result of her successful streaming career.

STPeach confronts stalker during Twitch stream

During a stream in the fall of 2019, STPeach noticed a familiar stalker in her Twitch chat who went by the name jacknbaking. STPeach shared screenshots of jacknbaking not only threatening to attack her but also her family. He even leaked her personal information. This dispute had gone on for nearly a year.

In response to the direct callout, jacknbaking stated he had said and done these things out of anger. This wasn’t a good enough reason for STPeach, who didn’t forgive him. Some fans even asked STPeach to get police involved with the situation, but it’s unclear if she ever went to such lengths.

Why was STPeach banned from Twitch?

On March 1, 2022, STPeach hosted a charity cosplay during which she wore a revealing cosplay of Cammy, a popular character from the Street Fighter video game franchise. The stream raised an incredible $10,100 for Games For Love. Unfortunately, the positive moment was impacted by STPeach being banned from Twitch soon after the stream.

At one point during the charity stream, STPeach stood up from her chair to move a box in the background, revealing the lower back half of the Cammy cosplay. Viewers were able to see the majority of STPeach’s buttocks, which led to the ban.

STPeach’s fans called out Twitch for banning her after a charity stream with such a positive result. Others pointed out that hot tub streamers wore similar outfits without any consequence. For now, STPeach will have to leave her revealing cosplays to Instagram and Twitter.