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Alinity unveils Artesian partnership offer that was ‘completely offensive’

Twitch star Alinity claimed she received a “completely offensive” partnership offer she received from Artesian Builds after the company received backlash for refusing to redeem her PC giveaway.

On March 1st, Artesian Builds, a pre-built PC company, faced backlash online after refusing to pay out its PC giveaway to three legitimately won Twitch streamers.

Since then, the company has felt the repercussions as big names severed ties with the brand. Streamer group One True King cut ties with the company, and star streamer NICKMERCS slammed them over the public blunder.

Now another streamer has come forward and struck at Artesian Builds.

Alinity has over 1.5 million followers on Twitch.

Alinity unveils their Artesian Builds offering

The 34-year-old streamer was there live on March 2 when she revealed she was previously in talks to partner with Artesian.

“My agency came back to me and said, ‘Hey Alinity, I know you really want to work with them, but the offer they’re making is downright insulting.’ And I was like, come on, how bad could it be? They are friends of my friends.”

She then revealed the exact amount the company had offered her: “And then my agent said, ‘They ask for a bunch of stuff and they offer you $300 a month.'”

Stunned by the low offer, Alinity assured her she wasn’t kidding.

She went on to talk about how a previous company she worked with had offered her $300 a month in her early streaming days just to put her logo at the bottom of her page. Compared to all the work Artesian asked her to do for the same amount, she was shocked by the offer and the partnership never materialized.

Since the drama exploded on social media, Artesian Builds posted an apology video.

https://www.dexerto.com/entertainment/alinity-reveals-artesian-partnership-offer-that-was-outright-offensive-1775096/ Alinity unveils Artesian partnership offer that was ‘completely offensive’

Emma Bowman

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