xQc agrees to “takeover” Kick with Adin Ross on one condition

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Streaming star xQc has agreed to move to Miami to help Adin Ross “takeover” Kick, but only on one condition.

xQc and Adin Ross are two of the biggest streamers on the internet, both inking themselves massive deals with streaming platform Kick.

In his efforts to dominate the platform, Adin Ross proposed during a live stream for xQc to join him in Miami, and move into his warehouse to create content and completely “takeover” Kick. Nevertheless, it appears xQc is up for the move, but only on one condition.

xQc agrees to Adin Ross’ Kick offer, but on one condition

In a March 4 live stream, xQc responded to Adin Ross’ proposal, who suggested the streaming star move out to Miami where Adin resides, offering to build him a bedroom and a streaming room in his warehouse where they can make content and “takeover” Kick.

To much surprise, xQc is open to the idea. “Yeah, I don’t mind doing that. We could do that,” he stated. However, the Juicer isn’t keen on living out of the warehouse, and would rather stay elsewhere for his downtime off-stream.

“But I don’t wanna live in the warehouse though,” he said. “Guys, in all honesty, I don’t wanna live in the warehouse. That’s it.”

xQc added: “A lot of you are calling it a sweatshop. Chat, if this is a sweatshop, I run the sweatshop, because I’m not a worker in the sweatshop okay?”

With that said, xQc is clearly a fan of the idea, and the timing couldn’t be more perfect. At the end of his broadcast, the 28-year-old promised fans he’d talk to Adin about the proposal, explaining he’d be up for getting a temporary house while he waits on his move to LA.

However, while he’s considering the offer, xQc explained he doesn’t want to overdo content with the fellow streamer, to where their collabs don’t feel special anymore. For now, we’ll just have to see what comes of it.

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