NICKMERCS' New Twitch Reported To Be Worth Over $30,000,000

NICKMERCS' New Twitch Reported To Be Worth Over $30,000,000
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Jack Marsh


6th Oct 2021 13:41

After weeks of teasing that Nick "NICKMERCS" Kolcheff will be joining the likes of Tim "TimTheTatman" Betar and Jack "CouRage" Dunlop on YouTube Gaming, the MFAM creator has officially confirmed that he has signed a life-changing deal to stream exclusively on Twitch.

Despite the rumours of a move to YouTube as a primary streaming platform, NICKMERCS will be staying on Twitch for the indefinite future and will be hosting another MFAM Gauntlet to celebrate. 

Having already claimed that the deal is a "life-changing" amount of money, reports now suggest that NICKMERCS' contract is the biggest ever signed by a streamer, beating the whopping $30million for Tyler "Ninja" Blevins when Mixer dropped a huge back - before dropping the ball.

According to Jake Lucky, "the Nickmercs Twitch deal is now the biggest deal EVER between a streamer and a platform", which also beats those of his former Call of Duty: Warzone trio, TimTheTatman and CouRage, when they made the switch to YouTube.

Twitch has yet to reveal the exact figures that NICKMERCS has racked in for sticking with the streaming platform, although it must be north of $30million in accordance to the report.

Nick recently started his early celebrations by jetting his team out to Las Vegas, spoiling them all with a solid gold MFAM chains, before returning to Florida for his $400,000 barbecue at the George M. Steinbrenner Field - home of the NFL side Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 

Between the barbecue and the day of his announcement, NICKMERCS was taking a brief stint away from gaming, although he has revealed that a return to Apex Legends is now on the cards alongside a little dabble of Warzone, in anticipation of the new map.

Having been on the platform for eleven years, NICKMERCS' future will be exclusive to Twitch, which will host his next MFAM Gauntlet. The competition will allow his Twitch community to compete on Apex Legends before joining a large variety of top streamers in a cut-throat event. Kolcheff is expected to reveal more details about the Gauntlet in the coming week.


Jack Marsh
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