Drake, the world-famous record artist who once solidified Fortnite’s colossal popularity by playing live with Ninja (opens in new tab), is still PC gaming. Although he is not so much interested in Battle Royale these days – lately the rapper has been interested in Twitch’s gambling boom (opens in new tab).
Four months ago, Drake began appearing in commercials and gambling livestreams for Stake, an online gambling platform that has also partnered with some of the biggest streamers on Twitch. One of these gambling streamers, Xposed, recently paid out over $ 7,000 for a fancy custom-built PC and decided to buy another for Drake while he was on.
Not only did @Xposed buy one Top of the line PC, he bought two !! The other he gave to @Drake last night !! WE FINALLY BUILD A PC FOR DRAGONS !!! pic.twitter.com/JpbJqmWY1KJuly 12, 2022
The $ 7,400 custom PCs, put together by Paradox Customs (which also built a PC for The Weeknd), are specified for the ceiling:
- RTX 3090Ti
- Intel i9-12900KS 16-core processor
- NZXT Kraken Z73 360MM liquid cooler
- 64 GB DDR5 RAM
- 4TB NvME storage
Why such a generous gift? Aside from the obvious promotional value of associating with a famous rapper, Xposed says that Drake’s new PC is a make-good for the last time he was asked to help with Drake’s streaming setup.
“It’s not about the money or that Drake already has money, [I’m seeing] mye hat, “Xposed twitret (opens in new tab) yesterday. “I was in the market for a PC, so I decided to get Drake a custom PC with it too, because when I was asked to set up his power for the first time, I got him a pre-built one from Best Buy because it was short. notice. “
Xposed can refer to Drake’s recent sponsored gambling streams, which I have only seen the highlights of, but which seem to show that Drake wins a lot of money (opens in new tab) and jumps for joy several times.
At least with PC specifications (opens in new tab) which includes RTX 3090Ti cards, Intel i9-12900KS 16-core CPUs, liquid cooling and 4TB NVME storage, the pair will surely be well equipped to open a browser, upload virtual slot machines and get high stakes gambling to look great. cool and relaxing to all the teens watching Twitch.
It’s definitely an upgrade over what we know about Terry Crew’s 2017 PC (opens in new tab) and Henry Cavills 2020 building (opens in new tab)which included GTX Titan XP and RTX 2080Ti cards, respectively.
Thanks, Kotaku (opens in new tab)