The popular casino brand, Stake.com has a new streaming platform called Kick. The Stake Kick streaming platform promises to let its users stream their gambling activities – something that was recently banned by Twitch.
The arrival of the new casino streaming platform was welcomed by gambling streamers such as Xposed, Trainwreck and Roshstein. So can Kick grow to become a viable casino streaming Twitch alternative?
There was no way that a major new venture like Kick was going to slip in under the radar. As such, the new Kick live streaming platform was announced by one of the biggest gambling streamers in the business.
The whole affair kicked off with some Stake Trainwreck Kick streaming. The 31-year old was a massive presence on Twitch but had to move away due that site stopping all forms of gambling streaming. Plus Trainwreck has even had to move from the US to Canada as a result of his fondness for his streams of him playing casino games with cryptocurrencies.
Elsewhere, the popular streamer, Roshstein, was on hand to lend his seal of approval to Kick. The Roshstein Kick featured the Swedish gamer playing some online slots and hosting a brief Q&A to explain what the new casino streaming platform was all about.
Finally, there was the arrival of an Xposed Kick stream where this gamer hosted a $10,000 giveaway promo and went on record to say that Kick would be, ‘the final landing spot for all gambling streams.’
In order to set up Kick as a valid Stake Twitch alternative, the company behind the venture announced a bold revenue split. This would feature Kick giving gamers a 95% revenue split of each of their streams on the platform. Such a revenue split is clearly advantageous compared to Twitch where streamers get just 30% of the revenues gained from their streams.
While this revenue split is eye-catching, it’s the fact that Kick features gambling streams that is the main draw. Such a move is well-timed considering that Twitch made the move to ban all forms of gambling-related content from its streaming platform in September 2022.
As a result, the Kick new live-streaming platform promises to fill a void in an industry that has yet to keep up with the trend for streaming that has revolutionised gaming in other sectors. The team behind Kick has already gone on the offensive to state that they believe that Kick will grow to be, ‘the leading content provider in the gambling industry.’ Whether this is true or not, there is little doubt that Kick is a bold new addition in the live streaming realm.
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