‘You and Shroud Cool Now?’- xQc opens Up on his Worst Twitch Bans

Published 10/24/2021, 8:42 AM EDT


Popular Twitch streamer xQc has recently moved to Los Angeles. He moved from Texas and took to the 100 Thieves’ Cashapp Compound to talk about his life. The French-Canadian also talked about his numerous Twitch bans, the Overwatch League, and what he wants to do in the future. In a surprising revelation, xQc discussed his wishes of joining 100 Thieves way back in 2017.

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xQc: Twitch bans

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Felix, one of the most famous streamers in the world, talked about how confusing Twitch analytics were. He mentioned some of his bans and felt that the most baffling ban was his gorilla-ban. Felix feels that this was the most confusing one, as it was not even intentional. He did not think that the Twitch Community Guidelines would have a problem with him streaming the content he streamed.

Now, xQc has a team of moderators who vet and watch the content before the content is streamed to make sure that no Community Guidelines are violated.

CouRage was also quite vocal about Twitch bans. He felt that Twitch’s ban policies were something he did not miss.

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xQc is the highest-earning solo streamer on Twitch. He avoids looking at viewer counts and makes it a point not to do so. In the first week of October, the Twitch payouts were leaked and made public, and during a stream of his, viewers started typing his winnings in the chat. He confirmed to CouRage and Nadeshot that the leaked amount of $8.5 million from August 2019 to October 2021 was indeed true.

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xQc’s future

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When asked about his move to Los Angeles, Felix said that he moved because he did not feel safe. He was quite verbal about being raided by the Texas police due to fake reports. He also said that he was afraid that he might die. Felix also hinted that he might be working as a host either for television or Twitch. When asked when xQc would stop streaming, he replied, “It could be tomorrow, it could be in 10 years.

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Tanmay Gupta

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Tanmay is an Esports writer at EssentiallySports. Pursuing his Bachelor’s in Journalism at Christ University Bangalore, he is passionate about video games and the stories they tell. He also has a keen interest in analyzing video games and writing about them.

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