This week sees the arrival of a new Stake.us streaming platform called Kick. This will let gamers post streams of their own gameplay, and it promises to be something of a casino streaming Twitch alternative.
The arrival of the Stake Kick streaming platform was announced by famous gambling streamers such as Trainwreck and it promises to shake up both the online streaming and gambling industries. Plus with a 95% revenue split, it looks like the Stake.com new streaming platform is set for big things.
The new Kick live streaming platform promises to fill a void left by other online streaming sites. This is because it allows gamers to stream gambling-related content. Such an activity was banned by Twitch as recently as September 2022.
As such, any gamer can sign up to Kick and then stream and watch content related to slots and table gaming. The team behind Kick have previously found success with their Stake.us and Stake.com online casino sites, but live streaming represents a new challenge.
With daily upgrades to enhance the site’s functionality, it is hoped that Kick could grow to become, ‘the leading content provider in the gambling industry.’ While it’s too early to see how Kick will grow to meet this challenge, it is definitely well-placed to meet a rising demand in the market.
In order to become a valid Stake Twitch alternative, Kick has had to implement some aggressive business models. The most notable of these is the fact that gamers get to enjoy a 95% revenue stream split from their Kick content.
This is a major upgrade from the 30% revenue split that streamers get from Twitch. While there have been concerns raised about how Kick can maintain such a generous split, it should be enough to bring plenty of gamers to the new project.
The whole affair was kicked off with some Stake Trainwreck Kick streaming. Trainwreck is arguably the biggest gambling streamer around, and the 31-year was quick to lend his support to the Kick project. Much of this is probably due to the fact that Trainwreck has been made homeless since Twitch banned gambling content.
The new casino streaming platform also premiered a brand new Roshtein Kick stream. This showed the Swedish gamer showing off his slot gaming skills and hosting a question-and-answer session.
Elsewhere there was an Xposed Kick stream where the 26-year-old gamer told viewers that the brand would be, ‘the final landing spot for all gambling streams,’ before hosting a $10,000 giveaway.
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