Dantes to sign a deal with rival platform Kick following denial of Twitch partnership for 23 times- Twitch streamer Dantes, who has been denied the platform’s partnership repeatedly, has reached out to rival platform Kick for taking his issue under consideration. What appears now is that Kick might be interested in signing a partnership deal with the streamer on their platform.
Dantes, a Twitch streamer known for streaming League of Legends, has a lengthy history of attempting to join the official partners on the Amazon-owned streaming platform without success. After Twitch rejected his partner application an unbelievable 23 times, despite the fact that the streamer has built his channel into a powerhouse with over 500,000 subscribers has been given the opportunity to shift to Kick.
Dantes to sign a deal with rival platform Kick following denial of Twitch partnership for 23 times
23rd Twitch partner application, 23rd denial.
500k followers and 4k viewer average isn’t enough for Twitch I guess.
dms are open @KickStreaming @StakeEddie @Trainwreckstv ^-^ pic.twitter.com/BQpEWR002i
— Dantes (@doaenel) May 22, 2023
Dantes stated that he had 500,000 followers and an average viewership of 4,000 in a message on Twitter that included a screenshot of the site rejecting his application. He added that this was “enough for Twitch.”
This prompted him to ask Kick and its co-owner Trainwreck for support in switching to the rival service tagging Kick and stating that his DMs were open, To this the official Kick account replied with an emoji and shortly after that, he actually received a message from the website. “Hey, we’d love to have you on Kick,” the streamer shared the screenshot of the text that he actually received from Kick on Twitter.
Twitch League of Legends streamer Dantes has been denied for partner a 23rd time, despite having 500k followers and 4k avg concurrents
He’s now considering a move to Kick pic.twitter.com/ucQ8t4rbaI
— Jake Lucky (@JakeSucky) May 25, 2023
The streamer actually seemed excited at the prospect of finally signing a deal with a leading streaming platform. From what we can make from his words “it’s happening”, we might soon get an official update about Twitch rival signing yet another popular streamer from their platform. This, however, doesn’t look like a hood news for the purple platform as more streamers may go ahead to streaming on a different platform.
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