Watch: Adin Ross calls gambling helpline after losing $14,000,0000 on Stake

Well it is not a gambling problem if you always win but Adin Ross apparently is now suffering from one


Watch: Adin Ross calls gambling helpline after losing $14,000,0000 on Stake

Image via: Kick/@AdinRoss

Adin Ross, one of the most popular streamers on the planet, posts various content to his YouTube and Kick channels, including vlogs, video games and podcasts. However, his gambling content continues to be some of his most popular. Recently, the streamer won big, netting him over $2 million, and even called Drake on his stream to celebrate.

While he has faced some backlash for promoting gambling by fans and even other streamers such as Pokimane, he shows no sign of stopping such content. Adin gambles by venturing into various mini-games on a platform called Stake.com. The website is a popular gambling platform that is the parent company of the Kick streaming platform.

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Recently, Adin Ross was streaming after quite a while with another streamer, LosPollosTV. The duo placed bets on Stake, and things were not going too well for them. It is said that Adin Ross lost over $14 million on streams with his gambling as of his latest stream. After his colossal loss, Adin decided to dial a gambling helpline service.

Adin Ross gets hung up on by the Gambling Helpline Service

Adin Ross and LosPollosTV, also known as Louie, decided to call a gambling helpline service after facing heavy losses on stream. It was clear from their expressions that they were not interested in seriously attaining help. Rather, they called the gambling helpline service with the intention of trolling the personnel for amusement.

Adin Ross Gambling Helpline Call
Image via: Kick/@AdinRoss

The person on the other end requested Adin’s personal information such as his name and state of residence. The kick streamer made the false claim that he was a resident of Boston, Massachusets. To this claim, the helpline service informed Adin that they operated in a different jurisdiction and that he should call the helpline operating in his state.

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“There’s a gambling addict in Massachusetts and you don’t care about them?”

LosPollosTV

Louie jumped into the call and accused the helpline service of not caring about a struggling addict in Massachusetts. Adin started chucking at these remarks. The person responded by saying that the state has their own helpline service and they should rather call them. Adin insisted on the service helping him. Eventually, the personnel, probably tired of their shenanigans said that they had to disconnect, and ended up cutting the call.

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