Yassuo has joined the live-streaming platform, Kick today and everyone is shocked at the sudden news
A tweet was posted to Kick’s official Twitter account today, welcoming Yassuo, the infamous League of Legends (LoL) streamer for joining the Kick family. The news came out as a complete shock to everyone and they are all shocked about it. Here’s the tweet that Kick posted to their official Twitter account:
— Kick.com (@KickStreaming) July 10, 2023
Mohammad “Moe” Abdalrhman, better known by his username, “Yassuo” is a Palestinian streamer and Youtuber. He is 24 years old and he started his streaming journey in 2016. His primary streaming content includes League of Legends (LoL) gameplays, which he is best known for. He also plays other multiplayer games such as Apex Legends, Valorant and Call of Duty: Warzone.
Yassuo joins Kick’s platform in a non-exclusive contract
With big streamers joining Kick’s platform left and right, things are indeed getting a little crazy. Fans were quite confused about the news until Yassuo hopped on stream earlier today to confirm the news. He began the stream by telling the viewers that he woke up to 700 notifications and wasn’t aware of the fact that Kick was going to announce the news themselves because he wanted to do it on stream. He told the viewers:
“Bro I woke up today to 700 notifications! I was planning on announcing it myself. What’s up with Kick announcing it for me? I’m gonna be honest man, I was sleeping. I woke up 2 hours later and saw the announcement.”
His chat was flooded with viewers asking him about the “price” or “how much” they paid him for the contract. Yassuo answered all of those claims by saying that they paid nothing. He then proceeded to say that it was a non-exclusive contract and that he is a negotiator. Fans were not convinced and they kept pushing him, teasing him with more questions. One of the fans asked him if he was going to be “forever streaming” on Kick’s platform, to which he responded:
“ We’ll find out bro. I wanna see how my community receives me on Kick, I wanna see if I can grow big on Kick.” He paused and then said, “ I feel like I’m made for Kick. Am I delusional guys? I genuinely think that my type of humor and my style is made for Kick. Not just the gambling but everything. This platform was made for me! They thought of me when they made this platform.”
He changed the topic after that and didn’t talk about Kick too much. But earlier, he mentioned the type of content that he will be streaming on Kick. He said he would be streaming Tinder content, Omegle content and of course, gambling content. Yassuo has a huge past with gambling and needless to say, Kick is perfect for him in that regard. He began his gambling journey on platforms such as Rollbit but then he made Stake, the owner of Kick, his permanent gambling platform.
We don’t know what the future holds for Yassuo, but his transition to Kick was quite sudden and no one was expecting it. Yet, not a lot of people were surprised once they were reminded of Yassuo’s gambling habits and how Kick is a platform with loose moderation that allows gambling streams to be done freely. We can only hope for the best with Yassuo’s journey on Kick, so stay tuned for more updates on what the outcome of his non-exclusive deal with Kick will be.