• Drake
  • Drake Info
  • Drake Streaming Platform
  • Drake Stake Games
  • Drake Alternative Games
  • Drake Socials
  • Is Drake Fake?
  • Summary Of Drake
  • Drake FAQs


Drake is probably going to be the easiest Stake streamer that we ever introduce. When we mention Drake, yeah, we do mean the Drake.

Drake has had an affiliation with Stake for quite some time now, having risen through the ranks of the online casino site’s VIP programme and apparently falling in love with the perks that came as a result, the pair claim.

In fact, according to some sources, Drake wagered over $1 Billion at Stake Casino in just a matter of a few months in late 2021 and early 2022. You don’t do that if you don’t love what you’re doing and the platform you’re doing it on. You don’t become an ambassador for a company you don’t truly endorse, either.

He’s certainly something of a winner, too, having won $17 million from a single wager on roulette back in May 2022 and judging by his betting history, this was no one-off. The man seems to know exactly what he’s doing with sports betting as well.

Drake Info

Real name:Aubrey Graham
Age:36 (October 24, 1986)
Twitch followers:159K
YouTube subscribers:27.3 million
Net worth:$250 million
Streaming Platform:Kick
Preferred casino:Stake Casino

Drake Streaming Platform

Following the partnership between Stake and Drake, Twitch became the host streaming platform for a streaming series called Stake Vs. Drake, in which Drake’s gambling could and can be witnessed live.

Each time a live stream takes place, $1,000,000 worth of crypto is given away to fans, so if you have yet to watch one of these events unfold live, you’ll need to keep an eye out for the next one.

On October the 18th 2022, Twitch stopped allowing streamers to gamble when streaming on their platform. There was plenty of warning given of course, so those streamers have either since switched to streaming something else, or moved to a new platform.

When it comes to Drake, it’s not just a matter of switching to a different game as many streamers did, and instead became a matter of finding somewhere else to stream this Stake gambling content.

We don’t yet know how this Stake x Drake partnership is going to play out in terms of the streaming element, but it’s certainly worth keeping an eye on his social media for the news as he’s always keen to let us know.

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Kick Update:

As we know, Drake is the face of Stake, so he was never going to go without a streaming platform for long. When Trainwrecks announced the arrival of the new platform, Stake and Drake were very fast to announce their next Stake x Drake session which took place over the Christmas period.

Kick is where fans can now watch Drake bet at the roulette table, often with guests like Roshtein and Stake’s own Eddie. There is no precise schedule for these streams, however they will always be announced beforehand on the Stake Twitter page.

Drake Stake Games

As an ambassador of Stake and a self-proclaimed lover of the platform, we know for a fact that Drake enjoys much more than just the roulette table, which he likes to show on his social media accounts.

We do not have a list of games he plays, though, so can we are only able to state at this time that he loves to play roulette in Stake’s Live Dealer section.

We have seen him in the slots sections in images, though, so it could just be a matter of time until all is revealed.

Drake Alternative Games

With most streamers, we can list out all the other games they play on stream when they’re having a break from gambling. Since Drake only ever went live to stream the Stake Vs. Drake series on the joint Twitch account, we can’t list out any other games.

We do know he likes to game, though. He recently spend $8,000 on a gaming PC, and although this doesn’t seem too ridiculous for somebody worth as much as him, many people have pointed out that there’s no way he’s spent that much money just to gamble on a web browser.

When Fortnite was at the peak of its popularity at the end of 2017 and beginning of 2018, it didn’t take Drake long at all to get in touch with Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins, who was the biggest Fortnite streamer at the time. The pair played the game together, and while Drake didn’t stream it himself, fans were able to watch the gameplay on Ninja’s stream.

Drake also owns an eSports brand called 100 Thieves, which is yet another indicator that he cares for the gaming industry.

Drake Socials

Want to keep up with all things Drake x Stake? Make sure you follow Drake on these social media platforms:

  • Twitter: https://twitter.com/Drake
  • Instagram: @champagnepapi

Drake has long publicised his gambling habits on Instagram, so if you want to see what he’s been up to at Stake, Insta should be your first port of call.

Is Drake Fake?

One HUGE question, especially after the announcement of the partnership, is whether or not Drake is truly gambling with his own money. Is Stake x Drake fake?

This is a common question when it comes to streamers and gambling, as it has been known that betting sites can deposit funds for streamers themselves meaning the streamer is playing with zero risk.

While we can’t know for sure whether or not Drake is gambling legitimately, we do not doubt that he has the bankroll for the kinds of high-stakes gambling he partakes in, so why wouldn’t Stake choose somebody else who maybe couldn’t?

Summary Of Drake

Drake is one of Stake’s brand ambassadors, alongside several other famous faces from retired sports stars to public figures.

Having wagered billions of dollars at Stake and believed to be sat at around $30 million in profits, Drake is certainly one to watch when he announces where the next Stake Vs. Drake streams will be taking place following Twitch’s change of policy in regard to gambling on their platform.

Drake FAQs

Where Does Drake Gamble?

Drake is an ambassador of Stake.com, where he conducts all of his gambling activities.

Does Drake Gamble With His Own Money?

We don’t know for sure whether or not Drake gambles with his own money, however we certainly wouldn’t be surprised if he does given his estimated net worth.

Where Does Drake Stream?

Until Twitch banned the ability to stream gambling on its platform, the Stake Vs. Drake series was being streamed there. However, Drake can now be found gambling on the new streaming platform called Kick. Keep an eye out on Stake Twitter to see when these streams will be taking place.