Felix “xQc” Lengyel is a 24-year-old French Canadian Twitch streamer. Born on November 12, 1995, xQc has become one of the biggest streamers on Twitch with over 2.8 million followers.
Felix began his career as an Overwatch player as the main tank at DatZit Gaming, a semi-professional esports organization. Felix and his team won Dreamhack Montreal in 2016. In 2017, Lengyel joined Dallas Fuel as its ninth player. Just being with the team for a few games, Felix was quickly criticized for homophobic comments to a rival player. Shortly thereafter, he received a second suspension for multiple social media violations and hate comments towards Overwatch League pitchers. He then retired from Dallas Fuel.
Felix began broadcasting in August 2014 with his first broadcast on League of Legends, averaging 23 viewers on his first broadcast. Today, xQc streams full time on Twitch, streaming nearly 8 hours a day. During July 2020, Félix had 11.6 million hours of surveillance, which made him the second most viewed personality on the platform.
Although his competitive days are over, Felix still engages in many controversial discussions. Being one of the biggest still doesn’t stop Twitch from suspending him. Catch up on one of your newer suspensions here.
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