Adin Ross leaks DMs revealing staggering numbers behind Twitch’s gaming sponsorship

Popular Twitch streamer Adin Ross is reportedly making nearly $1 million a week from a sponsor for his gambling streams.

Viewership of Twitch gambling content has grown significantly in recent years, and while many of the streams have been controversial for streamers and viewers alike, they have paved the way for some lucrative sponsorships.

Among those airing their fair share of gambling content is 21-year-old Adin Ross, who has quickly become one of the biggest names on the Amazon-owned platform in 2021.

Now he’s leaked how much popular gambling site Stake is said to be paying him per week, and it’s absolutely mind-blowing.

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Gambling streams have become a buzz on Twitch lately.

During a recent stream in early March, Adin Ross opened Discord – accidentally leaking a group chat with his stream sponsor Stake, a popular online betting and gambling site.

Alongside a long list of sponsorship goals for Adin to complete, the conversation revealed his wallet addresswhich revealed that he regularly receives 335 Ethereum per week (roughly $995,000).

That means the 21-year-old is making almost $4 million a month from one sponsor alone. When you factor in his earnings from Twitch, YouTube, and other sponsorships, it’s hard to fathom how much he actually makes.

This isn’t the first time Adin Ross has leaked how much he’s being paid by his sponsors either. In June 2021, he reopened Discord on stream, accidentally showing a conversation that revealed another company was offering the Twitch superstar “nearly $2 million a month.”

Recently, Tyler “Trainwreck” Niknam won an insane $14 million playing slots on Twitch. However, he still warned his fans that he still lost millions and gambling can ruin their lives.

If you or someone you know is addicted to gambling and needs help, please contact your local gambling hotline at 1-800-522-4700 (USA), 0808 8020 133 (UK) or 1800 858 858 (AUS). . Adin Ross leaks DMs revealing staggering numbers behind Twitch’s gaming sponsorship

Emma Bowman

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