Streaming star xQc has responded to Logan Paul's doubts about his $100 million deal with Kick.
Kick, a Stake-backed platform similar to Twitch, entered the livestreaming market in 2022.
xQc signed a non-exclusive deal with Kick, allowing him to split his time between Twitch and Kick.
Logan Paul offered his services to Kick for a similar price, expressing skepticism about xQc's deal.
xQc addressed Logan's doubts during his stream, pointing out how creators downplay others' success while hyping their own.
He emphasized the importance of taxes and discussed his approach to paying them.
xQc found it odd how Logan questioned the legitimacy of his deal, referencing the situation with Ninja's Mixer deal.