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Adin Ross facing serious backlash after streaming porn on Twitch rival Kick

Kate Harrold

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Adin Ross facing serious backlash after streaming porn on Twitch rival Kick

Featured Image Credit: Kick, Adin Ross via Kick

Adin Ross has broken the terms of service of Twitch rival Kick after the streamer visited an adult website during a livestream, exhibiting the content to his viewers.

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Ross boasts well over seven million followers on Twitch, so you may be wondering why the streamer is switching over to Kick. Launched in connection with crypto gambling website Stake, Kick is attracting streamers mainly due to their shared dislike of Twitch. Why do they dislike Twitch? Predominantly because they keep breaking it’s rules of conduct and clearly don’t like facing the consequences.

The streamer recently claimed that Twitch had threatened to suspend him ‘indefinitely’ if he didn’t alter his content. The problem is, Kick isn't offering the same kind of revenue incentives for the time being. Still, many are trying it out. As reported by Dexerto, Ross has already landed himself in hot water for streaming inappropriate adult content.

Ross visited the adult site, displaying various clips for around 50 seconds before then exiting the page. “What do y’all want to watch on Pornhub,” the streamer said. “I don’t support porn. I don’t support this s**t. I don’t condone it.” Ross then asked how old those in the chat were. “Jesus,” he added. “I didn’t know that.”

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Kick’s terms of service make it clear that users should not “agree to engage in any of the following prohibited activities” which includes nudity or other “sexually suggestive content.” At the time of writing, Kick doesn’t appear to have taken any action against the streamer’s account which remains available on the site.

Kick’s rules further state that all users must be 18 or older. Based on Ross’ reaction when he asked how old everyone in the chat was, I’m going to assume that wasn’t the case. As Dexerto further points out, although Kick states that users should not be under 18, there is no system in place to prevent underage users from visiting the site.

Topics: Twitch

Kate Harrold
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