MOSCOW, August 30 (RAPSI) — A magistrate court in Moscow has fined video streaming service Twitch Interactive 3 million rubles (about $50k at the current exchange rate) for failure to remove information prohibited by Russian law, the press service of the court told RAPSI.

Twitch was fined as it was found to commit an administrative offense.

Twitch is a video streaming service that specializes in video games, including broadcasts of gameplay and eSports tournaments.

Russia’s communications watchdog Roskomnadzor reminds that if an Internet platform fails to block the prohibited information within 24 hours after receiving the respective notification, it faces fines ranging from 800,000 (about $13,000) to 4 million rubles (about $67,000) and up to 10% of its total annual revenue in case of repeated violations.