5 Celebrities Who Stream Live on Kick

Kick is a relatively new platform that has taken the streaming world by storm. Widely known for its soft moderation and providing a higher share of revenue to streamers, it has seen steady growth in the past year since its launch. The site was created on October 18, 2022 by Stake.com, an online betting and casino service that works exclusively with digital currencies.

Kick only charges 5% of total revenue to streamers, which is one of the lowest among other platforms. This low fee has attracted many streamers who want to maximize their earnings. In addition, Kick offers a user-friendly interface and a wide range of features that enhance the streaming experience for both streamers and viewers.

Many streamers immediately signed deals with or started streaming on the platform. However, this article explores five of the biggest celebrity streamers currently on Kick.


Five Kick Celebs Who Are Taking The Streaming World By storm

1) Amurant

Kaitlyn “Amouranth” moved to Kick on June 18, 2023, signing a two-year contract. Since then, she has become the most watched female streamer on the platform, nearly reaching a staggering one million hours of viewing per month. She is popular for her suggestive content along with her excellent cosplay skills.

Her content on the platform mainly consists of Just Chatting, Fitness and Health, as well as body art streams. Just Chatting streams have accumulated over 90% of the total hours watched. She currently has over 150,000 followers on the platform.


2) Train crashes

Tyler is one of the co-founders of Kick (Image via Kick)

Tyler “trainwreckstv” is an American streamer who was one of the first to switch from Twitch to the platform, which is not surprising since he is one of its co-founders. He was indefinitely banned from Twitch in 2018 after repeatedly making sexist comments about female streamers and gamers.

However, sharing his controversial views did not stop him from gaining many followers on his new platform. He has since gained over 200,000 followers on Kick, ranking among the top 10 most followed streamers here. He recently made headlines for his huge gambling winnings, winning millions as a result.


3) BruceDropEmOff

Bruce “BruceDropEmOff” joined the platform on May 31, 2023 after being permanently banned from Twitch for repeatedly violating the rules of conduct. Since then, his popularity on Kick has grown, gaining over 300,000 followers at the time of writing. He mostly streams live in the Just Chatting category while playing games like Mortal Kombat 1, Counter-Strike 2 and EA Sports FC24.

Known for his controversial actions, the American streamer recently came under scrutiny for his leaked private messages that used homophobic and racist slurs against big names like rapper Lil Yachty and fellow streamers KaiCenat and AdinRoss.


4) xQc

xQc is one of the highest paid streamers on the platform (Image via Sportskeeda)

Making headlines recently after his eye-watering $100 million deal with Kick, Félix “xQc” is the second most followed streamer on the platform, with over 500,000 followers at the time of writing. His popularity can be attributed to his simple yet intriguing personality that attracts thousands of viewers to his streams.

He currently has a staggering 3.3 million plus monthly watch hours, the majority of which come from his streams on Slots & Casino. The Canadian is also known for his extravagant lifestyle, often buying high-priced items.


5) Adin Ross

Adin Ross is the most followed and most viewed streamer on the platform (Image via Sportskeeda)

Controversial streamer Adin “AdinRoss” is the most followed celebrity on Kick with over 700,000 followers. He is also the most watched streamer on the platform, accumulating over 6.5 million watch hours per month. The Just Chatting streamer is known for its controversies, from accidentally live-streaming p**n to tricking his fans into thinking he was interviewing Kim Jong Un, which crashed the website.

Besides streaming in the Just Chatting category, which accounts for more than 75% of his viewing hours, the creator also streams Slots & Casino. Despite his antics, Adin’s fun and engaging content continues to attract millions of viewers every month.

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