×
OR

By continuing, I agree to GINX' Terms and Conditions

OR
Please enter a valide email address

Already a GINX member? Sign in

CHOOSE YOUR USERNAME
›

Your username is how other community members will see you. Ever dreamt of being called JohnWick ? Now is the time.

Back
Twitch
News > Entertainment > Twitch
World

Pokimane slams Trainwrecks' justification on gambling streams

Pokimane slammed Trainwrecks’ justification for his gambling affairs after he reveals $1 million earnings from online casinos for Twitch gambling streams in an H3H3 stream

Imane Anys, better known by her online alias Pokimane, recently slammed Tyler “Trainwrecks” Niknam after he tried to justify gambling activities in an H3H3 Productions Twitch stream, with host Ethan Klein and Felix “xQc Lengyel. This followed after Trainwrecks revealed his sponsored earnings. 

Pokimane has previously made her stance on gambling very clear and called on xQc and Trainwrecks to stop promoting these “sketchy” gambling sites. Asmongold also spoke out and called for Twitch to ban gambling on the streaming platform altogether. Here is what the streamers had to say.

Trainwrecks reveals earning over $1 million from gamba streams

Discussing his gambling activities on Twitch with H3H3, Trainwrecks revealed that he gets paid “a million a month” when asked what his flat fee was for fulfilling his contractual obligations to the online casinos.

H3H3 further asked whether he received a commission for fans using his promotional code. “I get an amount wagered but I don’t push the code at all. It is on my screen but I tell them not to gamble at all. Every hour I tell them not to gamble. Every win I tell them not to gamble”.

H3H3 called Train out for being “performative” and that “there’s a reason [the online casinos] are paying [Train] a million dollars a month”. Later on in the stream, Trainwrecks revealed that he earned $250,000 in 3 months from his creator code alone.

Pokimane slams Train’s justification for gambling

During her 22nd of July stream, Pokimane reciprocated H3H3s stance.

Pokimane twitch streamer trainwrecks gambling streaming
Pokimane (Picture: Twitch)

Following their discussion Pokimane reacted by saying: “The main issue or the main point of debate is that for some reason, Train thinks that HIS specific gambling is not bad because of the manner in which he goes about it”, explaining that Trainwrecks justifies his actions by remaining transparent and disclosing the risks of gambling with his viewers.

You can watch Pokimane’s response in the video below (starts at 1:33):

Pokimane further added that “the issue is that he is convincing himself [...] that it’s true when in reality he has no data or evidence to back that up. However, we do have evidence to the contrary, which is the fact that these companies are giving him money every single month”.

twitch pokimane stance on gamba stream drama h3h3
Pokimane on Twitch gambling drama (Picture: Twitch / Pokimane)

She explains that the fact Trainwrecks receives a million-dollar paycheck from his endorsement of the online casinos is proof that his viewers are, in fact, losing money. “And you know what, if [Trainwrecks] didn’t give all those disclaimers, maybe [he] would be losing people $2 million, instead of $1 million”, Pokimane added.

trainwrecks twitch gambling stream earnings leaked
Trainwrecks gambling earnings revealed to exceed $1 million (Picture: Twitch / Trainwreckstv)

Twitch has publicly indicated that it would be "closely monitoring" gambling streams on the platform after the meta received substantial backlash from the community.

H3H3 has certainly stirred the pot following his debut stream with Adin Ross and we expect this contentious topic to receive a lot more attention in the weeks to come.

We endeavour to update you on further commentary regarding the gambling drama on Twitch but would love to hear your thoughts on the matter. Be sure to join the conversation with us by tweeting your comments on Twitter.

Don't forget to check out our dedicated Twitch section for news, streamer antics, drama, and more.

Header image via Twitch / Pokimane / Trainwreckstv.