Amidst streamers leaving Twitch for other streaming platforms, Timothy \u201cTimTheTatman\u201d Betar, Benjamin \u201cDrLupo\u201d Lupo, and Saqib \u201cLIRIK\u201d Zahid will be staying on Twitch in a multi-year contract. The trio compensates for over 550 million unique views and about 10.36 million followers combined.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/timthetatman\/status\/1204462509220093957\r\n\r\nLoaded.gg, an influencer and streamer management company, facilitated the deals signed by the three personalities. Brandon Freytag, CEO of Loaded, said that the three streamers are at the core foundation of the Amazon-owned streaming platform. "We are excited to have each of them continue their success with Twitch in an even bigger way for more years to come." Freytag also noted that all three streamers started in 2011-2012 and have built massive audiences for their respective channels. Loaded also oversees the careers of other big names such as Ninja, Shroud, and summit1g.\r\n\r\nReports of the said deals are estimated to reach millions of dollars per year to hold down these streamers from leaving Twitch.\r\n\r\n"They\u2019ve achieved a lot to date, and we\u2019re thrilled to be able to partner with and invest in them so they can continue to build on that success in the future," said Mike Aragon, Twitch's senior VP of content and partnerships. He also stated that each of the streamers bring-in their unique personalities and styles that "resonates with their communities."\r\n\r\nDrLupo has 3.6 million Twitch followers and has peaked at 14,622 views. He plays mostly first-person shooter games recently, such as <em>Fortnite<\/em> and <em>Escape from Tarkov<\/em>. Lirik has well over 5 million viewer hours and has 89,939 at his peak viewers count. He plays a variety of games, including <em>GTFO<\/em> and <em>CS:GO<\/em>. Timthetatman started his channel playing different game genres but has mostly played FPS recently, such as <em>Overwatch<\/em> and <em>Fortnite<\/em>. He gathered 34,410 unique viewers at his peak stream.\r\n\r\nThe timely signing of these three gamers is in no doubt related to huge names leaving Twitch. Tyler "Ninja" Blevins and Michael "Shroud" Grzesiek both switched platforms signing exclusive contracts with Mixer, Microsoft's streaming platform. CouRage, a top streamer on Twitch, has also moved to YouTube Gaming. Jeremy "Disguised Toast" Wang chose to support Facebook Gaming, leaving his 1.3 million followers on Twitch.\r\n\r\nOleksandr \u201cs1mple\u201d Kostyliev, a Navi CS:GO professional player and streamer, has his channel banned twice in the last three months after using a Russian slur. "Stupid Twitch doesn\u2019t understand the different meanings of the same word in different contexts," exclaimed S1mple on his Twitter account. He also added, "Can\u2019t remove twitch partnership by myself because of ban, do it instead of me please @Twitch." Fans are anticipating if the 2018's best CS:GO player will be changing ships soon away from Twitch.\r\n\r\nOver at Reddit, fans are emphasizing how Ninja and Shroud's move to Mixer paved the way for the other streamers to build their fanbase further. Not to mention the free Twitch Prime subscriptions, which usually costs $4.99, are also being used to other channels. One user also pointed out how moving away Twitch causes the personalities a decline in their viewer count, as seen so far.\r\n\r\nOn Timthetatman's Twitter account, support flooded the replies section for his decision to stay on Twitch.