Streamer Nadeshot open to Kick deal: Hints at full-time streaming return with a Kick Deal – Prominent streamer Nadeshot has expressed his willingness to embrace a Kick deal and resume full-time streaming. He playfully mentioned his inclination to gamble “100% of the time.” The seasoned Twitch veteran has mused about a possible move to Kick, citing the allure of its flexible Term of Service and gambling-friendly approach.
Nadeshot initially gained recognition within the Call of Duty community, achieving legendary status during the Black Ops 2 era through streaming. In a recent podcast, he playfully hinted at his inclination to transition to Kick.
Streamer Nadeshot open to Kick deal: Hints at full-time streaming return with a Kick Deal
During a podcast on the 100 Thieves YouTube channel, Nadeshot discussed the potential move to Kick, highlighting insights from other streamers. He humorously mentioned that a Kick move might entail gambling “60% of the time.” Jokingly, he teased about transforming from a “part-time streamer” to a “full-time” one, reminiscent of his earlier days when he streamed for extended periods.
Kick has garnered popularity among streamers due to its permissive Term of Service and its embracing stance on gambling content. Esteemed figures in the Twitch community, including Adin Ross and ‘Dafran,’ have already embraced the platform.
Nadeshot toyed with the idea of diving into the Kick realm, playfully envisioning himself gambling “100% of the time.” This aligns with Kick-supporter TrainWreck’s style, known for his sizeable gambling ventures. The platform’s inclusivity also extends to streamers with diverse content, as exemplified by American chess streamer Hikaru Nakamura.
For Nadeshot, Kick could provide a fitting platform. Previously without a Twitch deal to maintain content freedom, he could capitalize on Kick’s approach, accommodating watch parties of major gaming events and featuring copyrighted music. However, Kick has not been without controversy, with Kai Cenat subtly critiquing the platform after receiving a substantial offer.