“Don’t Get Mad At Me For Securing My Future” – $100,000,000 Worth xQc Defends Himself After Receiving Hate From Fans

Published 06/19/2023, 9:50 AM EDT

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The streaming community is experiencing a huge number of forced migrations to other platforms as Twitch refuses to back down on its streaming policy changes. In the latest in the series, Canadian streaming star xQc has signed a contract with the up-and-coming streaming site Kick that has the fans divided. Even though the details are not disclosed fully, it is estimated a basic contract of $70 million has been drawn up, with incentives that may push the amount up to $100 million per year.

With many fans reeling over the staggering amount, xQc has now come forward defending his decision to jump ships over speculations of the worth of such a contract.

xQc is among the latest to step over to Kick

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Earlier this month, Twitch announced a number of regulation changes for streamers. The proposed changes would affect the streaming of sponsored content as well as an array of other aspects. Streamers and fans alike couldn’t hold their shock and an uproar over the cyber world soon ensued. The backlash made Twitch go back on its words and revoke a few changes that were announced. However, many other stringent rules were not removed and are scheduled to be implemented soon.

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The new regulation changes have forced a number of known faces like MrBeast to switch to other platforms for their daily content. Canadian streamer xQc is among the latest content creators who have moved to Kick as a protest against Twitch’s sponsored content policies. The professional Overwatch player had been openly vocal against the restrictive new policies of Twitch and fans were almost sure such a decision was coming.

Fans sneer; xQc replies “Don’t Get Mad At Me For Securing My Future”

The deal that the Overwatch streamer signed with Kick was unprecedented by many in regard to the amount of the contract. Fans got to know some details of the deal between Kick and xQc, which hinted that the streamer has signed the contract for an annual fee of $70 million. Further added incentives are most likely to see the streamer receive almost close to $100 million in a year.

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Many of the community couldn’t subdue their astonishment at the revealed details pointing out that the amount is more than many professional athletes who are at the height of their capabilities. The sneering comments didn’t miss their target and xQc took to Twitter to defend his actions saying “I never pushed a single thing and left behind literally 8 figure deals“.

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The streamer further added ” …all people cared about is saying shit about -x% and making me feel like shit for being potentially rolled over. Don’;t get mad at me now for securing my future.” With so much ongoing drama, it is to be seen how xQc strategizes his content in the new domain as an act of retaliation.

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