Adin Ross claims popular streamers switching to Kick: “Kai’s going, YourRAGE is going…” Adin Ross asserted earlier today on a Just Chatting broadcast that some of the largest streamers in the industry will be switching to livestreaming on Twitch’s rival platform Kick.
Twitch streamer Adin Ross stated that popular streamers including Kai Cenat, Josh “YourRAGE,” and Bruce “BruceDropEmOff” were switching to Kick during a livestream on February 18. He claimed that Darren “IShowSpeed,” a popular YouTuber, would also be live-streaming on the website.
Adin Ross claims popular streamers switching to Kick: “Kai’s going, YourRAGE is going…”
Ross is having a difficult time on Twitch after the recent claims of the platform threatening him to silence him. He then planned to switch to streaming on Kick. Afterwards Ross admitted he was waiting for more money from the platform, which put his decision to join Kick into question.
Adin Ross says all the big streamers are going from Twitch to Kick. Including Kai Cenat, IShowSpeed, Bruce, YourRAGE and more…
Stating Kick is giving equity and millions to each streamer pic.twitter.com/gCSKJtApcJ
— Jake Lucky (@JakeSucky) February 18, 2023
However recently he had made some tall claims about other popular streamers switching to Kick. “I’m gonna tell you guys right now,” he said. “Kai’s going. YourRAGE is going. Bruce is going. Speed’s going. Everyone is going to Kick. I’m just gonna tell you guys now, I don’t give a f**k. They’re all going bro.
“Think about it – the platform cannot fail if everyone goes… I’m not even joking. They’re all going. Why would they not go?”
Also, these streamers allegedly received shares and “millions of dollars” from Kick, according to Adin Ross. “I’m not even joking, they’re all going, bro. Why would they not go? They’re going to give them equity and millions of dollars.”
There hasn’t been any official confirmation about these streamers switching platforms. Adin Ross is undoubtedly optimistic that they will switch, and this might pose a serious threat to Twitch and YouTube’s dominance.
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