Adin Ross on Kick: The streamer talks about his possibility of permanent switch to Kick- Adin Ross recently discussed the prospect of permanently joining the Kick streaming service, which was established by fellow streamer Trainwreck. However, speaking to his audience, he complained that the Kick platform didn’t pay him enough to pursue a full-time streaming career there.
Adin Ross on Kick: The streamer talks about his possibility of permanent switch to Kick
Adin Ross appreciated the website for publishing amusing tweets. He then argued that if he switched to Kick full-time, he would require more money. When Adin Ross announced that he would be streaming on Kick after being “silenced” by Twitch following multiple ban threats, he startled many of his supporters and the larger Twitch community. Ross asserted that there are no terms of service at Twitch despite his worries about their harsh policies.
Adin was brutally honest when questioned about Kick, though, and explained why it just cannot be done. I’m not 100% going to Kick, by the way,” he said. “They made tweets at me and sh*t, and actually W Kick because their tweets are kind of funny. It’s like that little humor, like, it’s funny. But I need more money! I need more money. You guys are not offering me enough money to go full-time. It’s the truth!”
Adin Ross also discussed the possibility of how he wishes to try other things out on other social media platforms.”What are we on next, bro? Oh, chat, Friday… I want to dress up as a girl and go on Omegle and try to catfish men. “
Kick has promised streamers a better experience, with better reward possibilities than Twitch, but it hasn’t yet been able to attract any well-known celebrities to the platform. As other rival platforms of Twitch grow and keep attracting streamer with better streaming opportunities, there will always be a possibility of top streamers switching platforms.