Twitch streamer Kai Cenat teamed up with 21 Savage to compete in NBA 2K.

“Okay, we’re about to play 2K. We have the whole stream. We have a whole bunch of streamers in here right now, that’s pulling up a top dollar! Against 21 or me,” Cenat said, according to Sportskeeda.

Cenat being one of the most watched streamers on the platform combined with the notoriety of 21 Savage — who is fresh off his collaborative project with Drake — it’s safe to say the stakes were at an all-time high.

In fact, Drake joined the pair during the live chat and betted on 21 Savage to win the matchup.

Drake offered to place an initial bet of $21,000 before placing an additional $100,000 on the table, FirstSportz reports.

Drake then explained the terms of the bet explaining if Cenat secured the win, he would be left with the stash. If he wasn’t so lucky, he would join Drake to put the money toward charity efforts.

“Nah listen. Like I said, I’m a man of my word. So if you beat my brother, $121k, I’ll bring it to you. If you lose, that means we got to do something major for the kids, somehow. We got to give back, bless the people,” Drake said, according to Sportskeeda.

Cenat’s fate ultimately led to a loss against 21 Savage, who secured the most wins across various rounds. He was left with a call to action, and he also promised to provide 21 Savage with a new camera.

Ultimately, Cenat still walked away with a victory. He gained 35,000 followers and amassed a viewership of over 200,000 during the stream.