Ex Twitch Streamer discloses insane payment from Kick: Now that the hype around Kick has been increasing steadily, creators and streamers are using this new platform also reaping its benefits. One such instance is of a Kick streamer noting how long it would take him to make the same amount of money on Twitch while revealing the huge amount of money he’s already earned since switching.
To gain market dominance, several specialized websites have also emerged, including Trovo and DLive. Kick, on the other hand, appears to have so far maintained itself the best and is supported by a few big names.
Ex Twitch Streamer discloses insane payment from Kick: “This is literally life-changing”
Adin Ross and Hikaru Nakamura are just two of the notable streamers who have recently joined Kick, which is positioning itself as a competitor to Twitch. With Tyler ‘Trainwreck’ Niknam’s support, it positions itself as a creator-friendly website with a number of advantageous policies.
Ac7ionMann, a former Twitch streamer, emphasized the stark difference by disclosing the “life-changing” sum of money he had earned on Kick during his time there. “Shout out @Trainwreckstv and @KickStreaming for making the payments process smooth,” he said, displaying his payment of $38,000 from Kick. “You would need 16k subs on Twitch for this. This is around 7k subs on Kick.”
Shout out @Trainwreckstv and @KickStreaming for making the payments process smooth.
You would need 16k subs on twitch for this. This is around 7k subs on kick.
This is literally life changing. Make the switch to Kick today and live a life you never thought you could.🔥💯 pic.twitter.com/dj2d9fA3Sy— Ac7ionMann (@Ac7ionMann) April 2, 2023
In an effort to entice creators to join their network, the platform has also begun to make them lucrative offers. Kick provides an income split of 95 to 5. Twitch’s 50-50 divide pales in comparison to this split. Kick’s distribution strategy is comparable to YouTube’s 70-30 approach, but it is still insufficient. Although Twitch and YouTube can argue that their business models are the result of their large fan bases, creators are currently unwilling to forego half of their earnings.
Kick’s user population is very far from that of Twitch. Kick might be able to outperform its forerunner, despite still being far behind Twitch. The brand-new streaming service aims to draw famous people and creators to its network.
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