By Sarah KogelmacherThe Google-owned YouTube site is known for its vast collection of gaming videos and video games.
But one game that’s been making the rounds on the site recently is one that was banned in Canada a few months ago.
YouTube has removed a video from the site called “Sneaky Pete” that was being promoted by the Canadian Gaming Association, a group that opposes the inclusion of gay and transgender people in the Canadian gaming industry.
The video was posted on July 26.
The CGA has been fighting the video, which was posted in a video-sharing app called Vimeo.
It’s the first time YouTube has removed video from its site from a video sharing app, according to a post on the CGA’s website.
YouTube said the video was a spam, and that it is in compliance with Canadian law.
“We have removed the video and are working with the CMA to find a solution that will not compromise the safety and well-being of the game users,” YouTube said in a statement.
The company said it would notify users who uploaded the video.
The CGA says the video has over 2 million views on YouTube.
The organization has not commented on the ban.
In an interview with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, a spokesperson for the CCA said the organization “does not support or condone the content that was posted to YouTube.”