Popular Twitch streamer xQc has announced that he will be delaying his 60-day constant live stream subathon.
After Twitch streamer Ludwig Ahgren took the site by storm, by doing a 30-day uninterrupted live stream. It gained him massive popularity after he completed a non-stop stream of his daily life for a month. Consequently, this ‘subathon’ made him the most subscribed Twitch streamer of all time.
Read more: Dragon Quest III HD-2D Remake announced
After a while, controversial, yet popular streamer xQc had announced that he will too carry out his own subathon. In fact, his one planned for a 60-day live stream. Although Dexerto has reported that xQc is delaying this 60-day subathon and postponed it from this month to the end of 2021. Of course, he also stated his reasons. By the looks of it, the reason for his postponement is money.
xQc said that he can earn more if he streams at the end of the year, from stream ads than right now. Can’t complain since this is his job and his income source. Nevertheless, fans are still excited to see xQc’s 60-day subathon. Moreover, be sure that the stream will flock in huge revenue, viewers, and subs. Probably giving him some sort of record.
Félix “xQc” Lengyel, was a professional Overwatch player and gained massive popularity from the game. From there he only grew and became one of the biggest names of Twitch. Furthermore, he is known for his controversial actions and fanbase. Which led to him coming to the headlines and becoming the talk of the internet quite a number of times.
His most recent controversy rose from his GTA V streams. Where his fans sent hateful emails and messages to another streamer named LadyHope. In addition to getting perma-banned himself from the popular NoPixel GTAV RP server.
Read more: All the games releasing in June 2021