xQc Signs 2-Year $100M Deal with Kick

Nawshad Noor
By Nawshad Noor
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Popular streamer xQc has apparently signed a 2-year 200M deal with Kick.

Felix Lengyel, more commonly known online as xQc, is a popular Twitch streamer and content creator. He is one of the most famous streamers on Twitch, with more than 11.8 million followers. He is ranked #3 on the Amazon-owned streaming platform.

But according to some sources, xQc just signed a 2-year $200M deal with the new streaming platform Kick. xQc has been hinting at some sort of affiliation with Kick for some time now. First, he leaked his Twitter DM’s hinting at his plan to stream on Kick. Then he leaked his ChatGPT question history, which again hinted at him having something to do with Kick.

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xQc 2-year $100M Kick deal

The news about the xQc Multimillion-dollar deal comes from Jake Lucky on Twitter. In a recent Twitter post, Jake wrote,

“Twitch streamer xQc has signed a record breaking $100 million, 2 year non exclusive deal with Kick… Per @Kellen_Browning WTF”

So, According to Jake Lucky’s Tweet, xQc’s Kick Deal originally comes from Kelen Browning.

xQc’s Kick deal is nonexclusive, meaning he can still stream on other platforms even after signing up to Kick. But, despite the non-exclusivity, xQc will probably stream more on Kick than Twitch.

The news about xQc’s Kick deal had a lot of positive impact on Kick itself. According to some sources, apparently, more than 650,000 people signed up for Kick accounts after hearing about xQc’s Kick Deal.

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Nawshad Noor is a former Editor at GameRiv.