Kick Replaces Stake on Alfa Romeo F1, Subtly Teases Twitch

In an exciting turn of events, Kick’s logos will make a comeback on the Alfa Romeo cars for the upcoming Formula 1’s Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps.

This time, they will not only showcase their branding but also flaunt their impressive 95/5 sub split.

Kick’s Journey so Far

Kick has been gaining momentum over the past few months, positioning itself as a compelling alternative for streamers seeking to distance themselves from Twitch.

The platform has already managed to sign renowned streamers like xQc, BruceWillDoit, and Adin Ross, despite xQc continuing to split his time between the two platforms.

Kick has made impressive progress in the real world by partnering with the Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 team. They temporarily replaced Stake, the usual sponsor, in Australia. Now, Kick is coming back to the car once again.

Kick Replaces Stake on Alfa Romeo F1 Cars for Belgian GP

With all eyes turning to the highly anticipated Belgian Grand Prix at the iconic Spa-Francorchamps circuit, Kick will adorn the sides of the Alfa Romeo cars once more. However, this time, there’s an exciting addition. In addition to the Kick logo, there will be a prominent reference to their 95-5 revenue split, a major selling point that sets them apart from Twitch. This attention to detail did not go unnoticed by fans.

“They actually put the 95-5 revenue split on the car, that’s actually jokes!” remarked one eagle-eyed fan. “Twitch would never,” commented another. “Green looks so much better than Purple would,” added yet another.

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Although fans are thrilled, it’s essential to note that this rebranding isn’t permanent. Belgian gambling laws require the switch from Stake. Other cars with regulated casinos and similar sponsors also need to make adjustments. Despite being temporary, Kick’s logo may return in the future, exciting the streaming world.

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