Drake signs streaming deal with Caffeine

Drake, the multi-platinum artist and worldwide hip-hop super star, has actually participated in a special deal with streaming websiteCaffeine The multi-year deal will consist of livestreams, a co-produced show, and more “curated live material” in thefuture


Caffeine resembles game streaming platforms like Twitch and Mixer, however Caffeine hasn’t been home to the type of high-view banners of those services, who typically stream every day for hours on end. Rather, Caffeine has largely focused on partnering with high-profile celebrities like rapper Offset and Pittsburgh Steelers’ pass receiver Juju Smith-Schuster, who both stream games on the platform.

While other streaming websites, and the exclusives banners they sign, rely mainly on constant audiences and customers, Caffeine concentrates on in-app purchases and a concentrate on initialseries Caffeine banners can make money when they’re streaming, without the need for the constant day-to-day material that other platforms motivate. This can make streaming simpler to suit a busy schedules, and opens Caffeine approximately host routinely arranged shows, like Drake’s Ultimate Rap League co-production.

According to Caffeine’s press release, it appears that the main focus of the deal will be a brand-new Rap Fight show that Drake will co-produce with Ultimate Rap League (URL), a platform concentrated on the fight rap category. While there are couple of information in the release about the upcoming show it’s most likely reasonable to presume it will consist of rap battles of some kind.

Aside from Drake’s participation with the URL show, it’s uncertain what other sort of streams he’s most likely to utilize Caffeine for. While Drake briefly appeared on Ninja’s Fortnite stream back in 2018, there’s no clear indicator that gaming will be the focus of any of his other streams on Caffeine.

According to an advertisement presently operating on Drake’s Caffeine channel, it appears that the first episode of the brand-new Ultimate Rap League show will debut at some point on Feb.12


Recent articles

There’s A Newly-Discovered Exploit In Pokémon Sword And Shield Ruining Competitive Play

If you have actually played a video game online previously, you may have remained in the circumstance where a gamer has actually...

PS4 Spring 2020 Sale Storms Onto The US PlayStation Store

If having one PS4 Spring 2020 sale on the UK PlayStation Store wasn't enough-- we now have another going live in other places! Set...

Hit board game Gloomhaven costs $150 and weighs 20 pounds (for now)

The hit board game Gloomhaven is getting a sequel known as Frosthaven. It’s the most important Kickstarter of any variety in current...

Every new movie and show hitting Netflix in April

Even with Netflix’s suggestion algorithm steadily serving you new motion pictures, new TV shows, and unique programming tailor-made to your viewing habits,...

Taito’s 1983 Western Shooter The Tin Star Is This Week’s Arcade Archives Release

Hamster's retro release today is The TinStar It's an old western-themed shooting initially launched by Taito in games in1983 You take control...

Control’s The Foundation review: a lot of filler, very little killer

As I muscled through The Foundation, the first considerable campaign growth to 2019's best shooter, Control, my mind mixed through a list of...
Neela Josh
Neela Josh
I work as the Content Writer for Gaming Ideology. I play Quake like professionally. I love to write about games and have been writing about them for two years.

Leave a reply

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here