NadeShot has been one of the most significant members of the esports community who helped shape gaming into what it is today. The former Twitch streamer moved away from full-time content creation to focus on his esports team 100 Thieves.
Nadeshot’s beginnings may be found in the early years of Twitch when he made a name for himself in the Call of Duty community. During the Black Ops 2 era, he and Scump both acquired substantial fame while streaming on the now-defunct MLG network. However, this Twitch veteran stated in a recent podcast that he had a “99.9%” chance of accepting a transition offer to Kick.
Kick has garnered popularity among streamers due to its permissive Terms of Service policy and its favourable stance towards gambling. Several prominent figures from the Twitch realm have already migrated to this platform.
NadeShot who has been a part-time streamer for quite some time now would consider becoming a full-time streamer in light of a very lucrative deal from Kick that may require him to gamble a lot more on stream.
With top personalities moving away from Twitch, it will only make sense for him to join Kick and the freedom in terms of content creation that he has longed for.