Ninja is now streaming on Kick following a ban on multi-platform streaming by Twitch.
Twitch might have simply properly and actually shot itself within the foot. Earlier this week, the streaming large introduced new guidelines together with limits to promoting and a ban on multi-platform streaming. Regardless of implementing the measures to maintain its finest creators from streaming elsewhere, the agency has truly pushed its hottest one out of the door.
On Friday, American streamer Ninja introduced that he was dwell on Kick and YouTube, a transfer that prompted Stake-backed Kick to declare that the GOAT had arrived on the platform:
Ninja is by far the most well-liked streamer on Twitch with 18.5 million followers. He made clear earlier this week that he disagrees with Twitch’s ban on multi-streaming for all customers. “I’m not partnered with Twitch,” the streamer defined on stream. “I don’t earn cash there, so what am I gonna select? Am I gonna select to stream on YouTube, TikTok, Kick, or am I gonna solely stream to Twitch and make no cash?”
Ninja’s account is at present nonetheless energetic on Twitch
Ninja has now made his reply to that query abundantly clear. Notably, Twitch backtracked on a few of its ad-focused guidelines after experiencing a fierce backlash from streamers this week. Nonetheless, the agency has not launched any revised tips in regard to the multi-streaming ban. Ninja’s account is at present nonetheless energetic on Twitch.