xQc Reportedly Confirms Plans for a 60-Day Subathon

Published 04/27/2021, 11:59 AM EDT


The popular streamer Ludwig had become of the talk of the town recently with his month-long subathon. It resulted in the streamer breaking Ninja’s record of most all-time Twitch subscribers. Along with this, it inspired many other streamers to try their own versions of the Twitch subathon. Mizkif, yet another popular Twitch streamer, is one good example. Recently, the iconic streamer xQc said that he plans to be the next one.

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Basically, a subathon is a streaming marathon with the objective of gaining more subs. In Ludwig’s version, he streamed an extra 20 seconds for each subscription. The next thing we knew, it spanned for a month. Mizkif’s subathon was kind of a reverse subathon. He had a timer that would reach zero in 10 days. He had to beat ten games before the timer ran out. Furthermore, every time he got a new subscriber, his timer would lose an additional 12 seconds.

Although details about xQc’s version are not known, we are sure it will be as much fun.

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xQc is planning a Twitch subathon very soon

The most popular face on Twitch, xQc recently spoke about this while streaming It Takes Two with fellow streamer Sodapoppin. During the stream, the former Overwatch pro mentioned that he will be setting up multiple computers around the house for the upcoming subathon. Moreover, he plans on running it for 60 days straight.

xQc also said that he is making plans with a tech expert to see to it that his subathon runs seamlessly. Furthermore, he mentioned that he plans on beginning his subathon in two months. However, we do not know of any further details regarding this. Ludwig’s subathon resulted in him breaking Ninja’s record. With a person as popular as xQc, let us see how it goes.

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Streaming platforms now perform as a stage for community challenges, events, and anything that the community loves to watch. Sometimes, streamers take up crazy challenges live on stream, thus inspiring other streamers to try it out as well.

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Samyarup Chowdhury is an eSports author at EssentiallySports since June 2020. An avid gamer since his childhood, Samyarup has played many titles such as GTA Vice City, IGI, and FIFA, among others. Currently, he is a rather defensive fan of Valorant and the Assassin's Creed franchise.

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