Adin Ross Transitions From Twitch To Kick

Amiel Rose Andres - February 13, 2023
Adin Ross Transitions From Twitch To Kick

Adin Ross, a content creator, recently declared that he will be switching to Kick, a brand-new streaming service.

In light of Ross’s recent string of Twitch bans, the revelation has been causing a bit of a stir within the gaming community. Just one month ago, the platform banned the streamer. Ross is primarily renowned for his amusing streams and his capacity for building relationships with fans. He frequently streams Minecraft, Roblox, and Grand Theft Auto 5. The content creator has been able to amass a following of more than 7 million people since starting out back in 2019, at least as of January 2023. Ross, on the other side, has made a lot of dubious comments along with being a part of various high-profile disputes involving people like Andrew Tate and Kanye West.

Compared to other sites like Twitch, Kick provides streamers with better prospects for profit and viewers with more privacy options. Kick also places a heavy emphasis on the development of relationships between content creators and their audiences. Ross, who previously complained about feeling under assault by Twitch, mostly for his provocative content, is obviously drawn to these features. 

Ross said; “I got a call. I’m not going to say specifically who it was, you know who you are. And you basically said if you keep doing controversial stuff and you keep saying certain things, we’re going to have to take you down indefinitely. So, I got a threat.”

This seems to have persuaded the streamer that switching platforms eventually is a given. He said; “I’m going to Kick this week. I’m going to be doing Omegle, watching live sports, watching movies, prank phone calls. There’s no terms of service over there. You guys can say whatever you want in my chat.”

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