Adin Ross Leaving Twitch to Stream on New Platform Kick

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

Popular Twitch streamer Adin Ross recently made an announcement saying that he will be leaving Twitch and start streaming on Kick.

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 started getting viewers and followers rapidly 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.

Apparently, Adin has been having some trouble with Twitch for the past few days. He also accused Twitch of silencing him and threatening a permanent ban for some of the content that he creates. Recently, Adin Announced that he is moving to Kick and will start streaming there.

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Adin Moves to Kick:

In the video announcement, Adin said,

“So, I’ll still stream on Twitch, if that’s what you guys want, but what I will say is this. I’m going to Kick this week. I’m gonna be doing Omegle, watching live sports, movies, and prank phone calls. We can literally watch p**n together.”

According to Adin, there are no Terms and conditions on Kick, and he can do or say whatever he wants.

At the time of writing this article, Adin has already started streaming on Kick and is watching the Superbowl during his Livestream. His viewer count at the moment is more than 111k+.

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Nawshad Noor is a former Editor at GameRiv.