Rapper Drake gives away $1 million during casino livestream

Rapper Drake gives away $1 million during casino livestream

The rapper Drake has once again made his presence felt. The Canadian once again decided to place a bet at the crypto casino Stake.com and then stream it live on his Twitch channel.

Rapper Drake

This time Drake experienced little success and lost an astronomical $20 million in one evening. That did not stop him from rewarding his followers with one million dollars in Bitcoin. During the broadcast, he will also tell you how to change password in Dafabet.

$18 million profit with roulette

Drake experienced a dramatic night at the roulette table and ended up having to turn in $20 million at the Stake.com Casino. Only in one spin did the Canadian manage to achieve success. He won an amount of 18 million dollars with roulette with a huge bet on his lucky number 11. Nevertheless, Drake ended up heavily in the red. However, it remains to be seen whether Drake really cared. The 35-year-old rapper earned $49 million in 2020 and is said to currently have a net worth of $200 million. His wealth comes from record contracts, sponsorships and collaborations with commercial companies.

Collaboration with Stake.com

The gaming provider Stake.com is not legal in the Netherlands, as the casino online only accepts wagers with crypto coins. Hence, the chances are minimal that the provider will ever qualify for a Dutch gambling license at all. Drake recently announced a partnership with the gaming provider and he will be streaming live on Twitch regularly. It is unclear what compensation the rapper will receive. However, there would be some well-known streamers who collect tens of millions per year for livestreams at Stake.com.

Rapper Drake

Drake gives away Bitcoin

Drake's streams attract viewers from all over the world. By the way, the rapper's followers were quite surprised, as Drake decided to give away 35 Bitcoin to his fans. Random viewers were selected by the gambler and they received an average of $75,000 worth of Bitcoin. The gaming provider Stake.com has already revealed that more livestreams of Drake are planned soon and viewers will also be eligible for crypto gifts again.

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