Trainwrecks donated $5k to a Twitch streamer who moved to Kick after being permanently banned from the Amazon-owned platform two years ago.
Competition between streaming platforms has been going on for years, with Twitch, YouTube, and even Mixer vying for the top talent in the field. However, since the rise of the industry’s new dog, Kick, launched in early 2023 and backed by online casino Stake.com, some of the biggest streamers have quickly moved to the site. new website.
While offering lucrative deals to some of the biggest streamers, reportedly spending $100 million to sign Twitch star xQc and sparking a feud with the Amazon-owned platform, Kick has also engaged creators in a variety of ways.
Not only does Kick top other platforms with 95% of subscription revenue going to creators, Kick also listens to a lot of feedback and becomes the home for banned Twitch streamers.
Trainwreck Changes Banned Twitch Streamer’s Life With $5K Donation
After being banned by the Amazon-owned platform years ago, streamer DerekGraz was one of many who switched to Kick. During the livestream on September 9, the co-founder of the Trainwrecks platform suddenly followed and gave away 100 subscribers.
Completely stunned and leaving the streamer speechless, the Kick co-founder went on to give away another 100 subscribers, before giving him a lifetime donation, depositing $5k. “So much love, please donate $5,000 to that beloved brother,” he wrote in the donation message.
It’s fair to say DerekGraz was delighted. After the livestream, he took to Twitter, thanking both Trainwrecks and Kick for giving him hope and allowing him to pursue his dreams.
“2 years ago I was banned from Twitch for no reason, no time, no nothing. My account just disappeared,” the streamer wrote. “I felt hopeless and depressed for months. My life fell straight from the highest point to the bottom. “I can’t describe how terrible I feel…”
He added: “I don’t think @KickStreaming realizes how many people have come out of depression and gives them hope to become successful creators and pursue their dreams.”
Kick has only continued to grow over the past few months, quickly becoming one of the biggest rivals to streaming giant Twitch.
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