Popular Twitch streamer Mizkif recently explained why $10 million isn’t enough for him to switch to YouTube Gaming, claiming that the platform lacks a number of features that might persuade him otherwise.

DrLupo announced in August 2021 that he had signed an exclusive contract with YouTube Gaming, leaving Twitch after almost ten years. Soon after, TimTheTatman and Ludwig followed suit.

These high-profile Twitch streamers switching to YouTube sparked debate about the platform, with Tatman himself declaring that YouTube Gaming is superior to Twitch. In a recent video, Mizkif explained why $10 million isn’t enough to convince him to leave Twitch for YouTube.

During his broadcast, Mizkif and his community discussed the recently rumored Twitch changes, prompting the creator to create a video about it and stated that moving to YouTube Gaming would require a “fat check.” A chatter soon asked if he would do it for ten million dollars.

Mizkif has previously hinted at what it would take for him to switch, and he went into greater detail in the video. He is understandably hesitant to switch platforms at this point in his career. He’s doing pretty well for himself, with nearly two million followers and an average view count of 43,840.