Ibai, ElRubius, and El Xokas have become more popular than usual for internet regulars in general, and platforms like Twitch in particular.
For those streamers who survive and attract the interest of advertising companies, it has become a very profitable business.
Evidently, not everyone makes it past the huge viewing quotas in order to get proposals that will transform their lives. The Xokas, for example, may have to accept one of these in order to continue competing in Twitch.
As a result of the gambling issue, this was stated on his channel a few days ago, when it came to the forefront and made reference to those streamers who have agreed to broadcast betting and casino-style shows.
El Xokas did not wish to drive a vehicle.
El Xokas admits that he refused to join the gambling bandwagon because he believed it was wrong.
The streamer admits that it was a business that would have ended his life, since it would have gotten him from half to a million euros a month.
The Xokas stressed that his case isn't unique, since most big Spanish-speaking streamers have refused to broadcast gambling that might be beneficial to gambling, even if it's younger and, supposedly, less influential.
El Xokas says the offer was attractive despite everything, since "they made him question" whether or not to accept the payment or maintain his principles in a clear picture of how capitalist society affects people.
El Xokas decided to make a less harmful decision for his audience, aware of the difficulties gambling-related gambling brings to many people.