‘Fortnite’ Streamer Clix Says He’ll Sign With Kick, Leave Twitch If He’s Given Over $12 Million A Year

Instead of collaborating, live streaming platform Kick is constantly competing with Twitch, which is of the same type of platform, in a manner that it offers streamers a better sub split, no ads, and more leniency regarding mature content, which some streamers have already accepted, signing up with Kick and leaving Twitch.  

Some of those streamers Kick successfully acquired include xQc, Amouranth, and Tfue, among many others.  

But definitely not the iconic “Fornite” streamer, Cody “Clix” Conrod – not yet. 

He is on Twitch, but in one of his recent Twitch streams, he revealed that the “only way” he would consider signing up with Kick and leave Twitch behind is if the former offered him an amount he would be stupid not to accept. 

“The only way I’d ever sign to Kick is if it’s more than [$12 million] a year. It would need to be an amount where I look at myself and I’m like, ‘Cody, you [are dumb if you don’t switch.],” he said. 

The 18-year-old “Fortnite” streamer added that it would also be an amount his family would be angry about if he did not accept it. 

Clix started his streaming career on Twitch, focusing on eSports, in 2017, aside from joining YouTube that year as well. He first gained public attention when he qualified for the first annual World Cup of “Fortnite.” 

Since then, he has become one of the highest-earning “Fortnite” streamers worldwide. Aside from streaming “Fortnite,” he also does content for “Among Us,” “Grand Theft Auto V,” and others.

Lindley Agustin

Lindley Agustin

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