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“Make Sure You’re Live” – Twitch’s Arch-Nemesis Kick Announces Massive Partnership With World Celebrity Drake Following Arrival of BruceDromEmOff

Published 06/02/2023, 11:40 AM EDT

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It looks like Kick has signed Drake for an exclusive platform partnership, and fans are going wild. 

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The past couple of months have been a blast for Kick as they’ve signed some big creators. Starting off with Adin Ross, the platform signed a multi-million dollar deal with him. This helped in boosting viewership and confidence as he instantly became the face of Kick. Then, the streaming platform moved on to add a few other names, like Corinna Kopf and Destiny. 

And soon, they got their final breakthrough after bagging BruceDropEmOff’s deal as he promised to remain exclusive to Kick. With such massive updates, you might feel the franchise taking a pit stop, right? But no, it looks like Kick will never stop, as they have now signed Canada’s biggest rapper.


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Drake on Kick – Sounds like a fair trade? 

With BruceDropEmOff’s signing, Kick is on a roll. They had officially taken over multiple Twitch streamers. On June 2, 2023, Kick uploaded a fresh tweet on their Twitter account. There, they promised to feature Drake on Kick as a part of their exclusive event. Apparently, the streaming platform will host the rapper as a guest who will float across the streamer’s broadcasts. There, he would gift over 20,000 subs between 100+ Kick streamers randomly. So, if you’re someone who loves Drake, you need to be live. After all, who wouldn’t want to see two favorites in the same frame?



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Fans consider Drake to be an avid player. He made headlines on March 18, streaming with the Fortnite legend Ninja. The broadcast still ranks among the top in terms of viewership, as the Canadian rapper had his breakthrough somewhere around the same year. 

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Followed by that, Drake’s superfan created a video game under his name. With the title, “The Legend Of Drake: Rise Of The 6 God,” the game was based on Drake’s iconic beefs. It featured songs from top albums like Back to Back, If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late, Views, More Life, and more. So, if this is the first time you’re knowing about this, we’d like you to go and try out the game.


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Drake will be live on June 3, 2023, and will conduct a 1,000,000 giveaway. Will you be streaming with him?

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Atharv Phadke


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Atharv Phadke is a senior eSports writer at EssentiallySports known for his expertise in covering content on streamers and first-person shooter (FPS) games. His passion for Call of Duty stems from his early days as a gamer. At EssentiallySports, Atharv's work has garnered widespread attention, particularly his exclusive interview with popular Twitch streamer Amouranth.
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