After an amicable termination of his exclusive deal with Twitch earlier today, MoistCr1TikaL is no longer constrained by it and is free to stream elsewhere. Twitch is owned by Amazon.
The YouTube sensation has been openly attempting it since early June. He merely wanted to have the ability to stream on numerous platforms, including Twitch, and he is now free to do so. He wasn’t looking to leave the Amazon-owned site because he wanted to completely abandon Twitch and get into an exclusive agreement with YouTube. “My Twitch contract has been terminated amicably between myself and Twitch,” he said on a YouTube video on Aug. 14. “I did still have a lot of time remaining on my Twitch contract, but I wanted to be able to have flexibility to stream elsewhere, and Twitch fully understood that.”
In addition to thanking Twitch for making the process reasonably simple, MoistCr1TikaL told his supporters that he is looking forward to extending his wings and experimenting on many platforms now that he is unrestricted. Although he didn’t say explicitly where he was going, YouTube is the most likely option. He used it for streaming between 2017 and 2018 before signing an exclusive contract with Twitch, and he’s excited to try it out again now that it’s become a hotspot for streamers. Additionally, he has more visibility because of the 13.5 million subscribers to his YouTube channel, which is nearly quadruple the 5.1 million followers he has on Twitch.
In spite of his generally positive remarks about Twitch, he criticized the service for having the lowest offer of any of the other streaming sites, claiming that is only about a tenth of what is supplied elsewhere.
In addition, he complained that the firm has recently made terrible decisions and that the obtrusive commercials have discouraged him from streaming there. Fans of MoistCr1TikaL are just as ecstatic about it as he is, calling the contract cancellation a total victory. They think he’ll be able to collaborate with Ludwig to make YouTube even better.