Yes & no.
Motorcycle’s engine goes a long way to cover up any snatching or drag a poorly maintained drivechain can cause. Also m’cycle chains have rubber O-rings between the links which would be insufferably stiff on pushbike chain.
Having said that, motorcycle chains can demand frequent lubing & adjustment depending on your motorcycle use. For example, offroad mud/dust or very long motorcycle rides (800kms+).
Although my Honda Hornet 900 hasn’t had a drop of lube in 800kms, but i haven’t ridden in the rain lately.
There are things like ‘Scott-oilers’ that ‘automatically’ dribble lube on your motorcycle drivechain as you ride.
Engine configuration of a motorcycle can also have an impact on drivechain wear. For example large singles or twins (like 600cc+ singles, 1000cc+ twins) can chew through chains/sprockets, compared to a similarly sized in-line 4 cylinder (or multi-cylinder) engine motorcycle.
Just a bike & a place to ride.