Like many high-profile gambling streamers, Xposed had to join new platform Kick after Twitch introduced a ban on unregulated casino games last year. Now, the Canadian content creator has announced that all of his subscriptions from that new Stake-funded platform will go straight to charity.
Xposed, real name Cody Burnett, made the charitable decision now that Kick has finally rolled out subscription buttons for its streamers. He confirmed that his chat will get to decide which charity receives the funds, making the announcement to his 128,600 Twitter followers on Thursday:
His supporters were full of praise for the move in the Twitter comments. His fellow content creator JaredFPS commended the decision, deeming it “Goat sh*t.” Meanwhile, a Twitter user called Krvsan labeled it:
One of the nicest things a person could do.”
Xposed joined Kick late last year along with other high-stakes slot streamers Roshtein and Trainwreck. The latter, who has the strongest following on Twitch of the three at 2.1 million, said that Twitch had “lost its grasp on reality” in banning content featuring online casinos such as Stake. He also claimed that Kick would provide a better deal for content creators, assuring them a 95% split of subscriber fees.