xQc signs $100 million deal with Kick
Jun 16, 2023
Felix “xQc” Lengyel has just signed the largest streaming deal in history and is now going to stream on Kick.
Soon after fans started wondering about a Kick account using xQc’s name, the streaming platform officially announced that the Juicer was part of the ever-growing Kick family. He is now joining Adin Ross, Tyler “Trainwrecks” Niknam and other controversial streamers who decided to make the switch from Twitch.
The streaming community has been speculating about xQc switching to Kick for quite some time now, with even Kai Cenat asking the top streamer if he was considering the move. Then a few leaked Twitter DMs had fans even more convinced that xQc was at least contemplating the possibility.
Now it’s a $100 million reality.
xQc signs massive non-exclusive deal with Kick
The New York Times has reported that xQc just signed a $70 million deal with Kick. His agent, Ryan Morrison, stated that it’s a non-exclusive deal that comes with incentives that make the deal worth $100 million.
This is one of the largest contracts ever signed by a content creator. So what finally made xQc switch over from the platform where he has 11.8 million followers?
“Kick is allowing me to try and do things I haven’t been able to do before. I’m extremely excited to take this opportunity and maximize it into new creative and fresh ideas over the coming years,” xQc stated.
It’s unclear what the exact opportunities will entail, but it’s no secret that Twitch has been under fire lately, especially after announcing that it was making some unpopular changes to branded content. xQc is still planning to stream on Twitch, however.
“It’ll probably be like, wake up, go live, and stream, then switch over. Some days I’ll have full streams here, others I’ll have full streamers there,” xQc said.
For now, it’s not known when xQc will debut on Kick, but fans are already following him on his new platform.
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