Adin Ross on Kick: Twitch Streamer Adin Ross wishes to stream on Kick following an allegation against Twitch to silence him – Controversial Twitch streamer Adin Ross has revealed his plans of streaming on a different platform ‘Kick’ alongside Twitch. This decision was taken after he opened claiming that Twitch wants to silence him. Ross has now indicated that he will continue to stream on the site for the time being, but will also broadcast over on Kick, where he believes the community guidelines will provide him more flexibility.
Ross came out about it on-stream on February 12 after accusing Twitch of attempting to silence him this week, stating they warned him that the ban could become permanent if he keeps “talking certain things” and “supporting certain things.”
Adin Ross on Kick: Twitch Streamer Adin Ross wishes to stream on Kick following an allegation against Twitch to silence him
Ross expressed his displeasure with Twitch’s Terms of Service and how they restricted his content when discussing the switch to Kick.
“I’m going to Kick this week. I’m going to be doing Omegle, watching live sports, watching movies, prank phone calls, we could literally watch p**n together,” he stated. “There are no Terms of Service over there. You guys can say whatever you want in my chat. Nobody can get f***ing banned.”
Compared to other sites like Twitch, Kick provides streamers with better prospects for profit and viewers with more privacy options. Kick also places a heavy emphasis on the development of relationships between content producers and their audiences. Ross, who has expressed concerns about feeling under attack by Twitch, is clearly drawn to these features. But even Kick has community guidelines and rules which when violated can result in the same fate.
In light of Ross’s recent string of Twitch bans, the revelation has been causing a bit of a stir within the gaming community. Ross persisted in encouraging his supporters to express whatever they felt in the new setting while repeatedly highlighting the apparently increased freedom he would enjoy.