Adin Ross Claims he Signed the Biggest Streaming Deal of All Time

Nawshad Noor
By Nawshad Noor
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Adin Ross moving to Kick Credit: Adin Ross Twitter

Kick Streamer Adin Ross recently claimed that he signed the biggest streaming deal of all time, even beating Ninja, Nickmercs, and Shroud streaming deals.

Adin Ross is a popular internet personality and streamer from the USA. He gained popularity through his Twitch channel, which now has more than 7 million followers. Since May 2020, he has rapidly gotten viewers and followers on Twitch. Some of his most streamed games on twitch are NBA 2k20, GTA V, Fortnite, etc.

Adin Ross also has a YouTube channel called “Adin Live” with over 3.5M subscribers. He usually uploads clips from his Twitch stream on his YouTube. Twitch has a history of banning and unbanning Adin Ross multiple times in the past. He has already been banned 5 times in the years 2020 and 2021. Counting 2022 and 2023, Adin has been banned over 8 times from Twitch.

A few weeks back, Adin announced that he was moving to Kick.com and has been streaming there since. Even after going to Kick, Adin was in the headlines multiple times for reportedly streaming porn to his viewers and other incidents.

And now, Adin is claiming that he signed the biggest streaming deal of all time. This claim seems outrageous as other popular streamers like Shroud, Ninja, and Nickmercs received deals upwards of 40 million.

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Adin Ross Claims he Signed Biggest Deal

On March 11, Adin Ross was streaming and talking with Jake Lucky and TrainWreck. At one point during their conversation, Adin claimed that he had signed the biggest deal of all time. He said,

“I’ll just tell you straight up, I just signed the biggest streaming deal of all time of any creator as far as I know, and it feels amazing. I’m blessed, bro, and now I just wanna take time to really capitalize off that and give back to people who are in need and bless the f**k out of everyone I can.

I’m at a point, man, where my content, I really wanna figure out ways to really get back and bless the f**k out of a lot of lives and change people’s lives and s**t.”

So, it seems like Adin Ross signed an even bigger deal than Ninja, Shroud, and Nick. This means he signed a deal that’s worth more than 40 million for it to be more than the previously mentioned streamers.

But Jake Lucky later explained that the deal was a bundle, and Adin did not elaborate further on this topic.

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Nawshad Noor is a former Editor at GameRiv.