Logan Paul waits to cut a deal with Kick following xQc astonishing $100M Kick streaming deal – Logan Paul, the influential internet personality known for his various ventures, is surprised by Twitch star xQc’s massive $100M deal with Kick streaming platform. While Logan has yet to receive an offer to move his popular Impulsive podcast to another platform, the news of xQc’s lucrative contract has his interest.
Logan Paul recognized as one of the internet’s content kings, has made waves with his boxing match against Floyd Mayweather and his foray into the WWE. As a highly sought-after commodity on YouTube, Logan’s Impulsive podcast has not received any offers to transition to a different platform. However, after learning about xQc’s deal, he now has Kick on his radar.
Logan Paul waits to cut a deal with Kick following xQc astonishing $100M Kick streaming deal
During a recent episode of his podcast, Logan and his crew discussed the legitimacy of xQc’s $100M contract, with Logan expressing initial doubts about the actual amount being paid to the French-Canadian streamer.
As Logan Paul learns about xQc’s monumental deal with the Kick streaming platform, he becomes fascinated by the possibilities of securing an offer for his own podcast. His astonishment was evident when he questioned if the deal was real and speculated that xQc would face substantial tax deductions.
After initially being perplexed by the contract, Logan came to accept its authenticity upon realizing that Kick was backed by the gambling company Stake. Logan remarked, “Okay, (Kick), you want the number one podcast in the world? Hit up manager Jeff and we can bring our booming audience over to ya’ll for $50 billion—we’ll take it.”
While the exaggerated price tag of $50 billion was clearly a joke, it raises curiosity about the potential offer Kick might extend to Logan Paul, especially if it involves a non-exclusivity deal. While awaiting potential offers, fans eagerly anticipate the next big signings on Kick and the continued growth of the streaming industry.