Sapnap joined Kick: The streamer moves from Twitch to Kick despite three million followers – Popular Minecraft content creator Sapnap has made a surprising announcement – he’s leaving behind his three million followers on Twitch and migrating to the Kick platform. This decision has left many fans curious about his motivations and the potential implications for his online presence.
In recent years, Sapnap’s online presence has undergone a meteoric rise to stardom. His engaging YouTube videos showcasing his Minecraft gameplay have propelled him to over 4.5 million subscribers on his channel. His concurrent success on Twitch, where he amassed a substantial following of three million, is undeniable.
Sapnap joined Kick: The streamer moves from Twitch to Kick despite three million followers
His presence on Twitch is equally significant, boasting a follower base exceeding three million. However, Sapnap’s frequency of live streaming has notably dwindled over the past few months.
On August 8th, Sapnap took to Twitter to unveil his surprising move from Twitch to Kick. In a video shared on the platform, Sapnap is captured in his streaming room attempting to secure a Twitch LED sign.
The video takes an unexpected twist when Sapnap replaces the fallen Twitch sign with a new LED sign adorned with the Kick logo, featuring the platform’s distinctive green LED colour scheme. The tweet accompanying the video reads, “Time to kick ass.”
time to kick ass pic.twitter.com/ddTpKJ8UDU
— Sapnap (@sapnap) August 9, 2023
This symbolic act signified his official embrace of the Kick platform, leaving no room for doubt about his intentions. The tweet has garnered nearly two million views, sparking a flurry of responses from Sapnap’s dedicated fanbase.
Well-known figure Trainwreck extended his welcome, exclaiming, “Welcome my brother.” Others chimed in, expressing their enthusiasm for Sapnap’s decision.
While the timing of Sapnap’s inaugural stream on the burgeoning Kick platform remains undisclosed, his presence is already making waves. With an impressive following of 2.5k followers, along with a verified checkmark and subscription option, Sapnap’s move appears to be off to a promising start.
Interestingly, Sapnap’s decision comes in the wake of Twitch stars xQc and Amouranth announcing their non-exclusive shifts to the Kick platform.