xQc is one of the biggest streamers on Twitch. He has over a million lifetime subscribers and ranks second in the most subscribed streamers on Twitch.
While Twitch is sweating heavily as its biggest competitor YouTube Gaming slowly snatches away some of the best talents from Twitch, xQc has cleared his stance.
What Did xQc Say?
Twitch need not worry about streamer xQc making the shift to YouTube gaming because they have signed a exclusive streaming deal with the French-Canadian streamer ‘long time ago’
In his September 1st stream, xQc talked about the whole Twitch exodus happening at the moment with the likes of TimTheTatman and Ben ‘Dr Lupo’ leaving the platform to join YouTube Gaming.
xQc reveals “I’ve been on a custom deal for a long time now. Nobody made a big deal about it so I didn’t say anything about it either. Why bother saying anything.”
“It wasn’t like a big ‘oh yeah, these days things always change, but things don’t change here. Today I announce I’m staying with Twitch and I’m here for a long time. Gaming warlord, eternal on Twitch. Bang! I don’t see I hear. Shoot your shot now at twitch.tv/xQcOW.’”
xQc: Powerhouse Of Twitch
xQc is undoubtedly a powerhouse when it comes to streaming. His streams fetch 70,000 concurrent viewers on average. Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins was also the owner of similar stats when he moved to YouTube Gaming in an exclusive deal in 2019.
Twitch Streamer Asmongold has also answered whether he will quit Twitch to move to YouTube Gaming. Check his reply here.
Fans can take a breathe of ease as xQc has confirmed his stay at Twitch. He seems to he a long-term streamer on the Amaon-owned streaming platform so there’s nothing to worry. Tell us your thoughts in the comments.