Playing games is becoming a passion that is likely to end up as an addiction for the younger generation. Many young talents are involved in video games on Twitch and other similar platforms. Felix Lengyel, a professional Overwatch player in Canada, is known as xQc. He is a notable Twitch TV streamer who has over 1 million followers on the live streaming network. xQc was with Overwatch League in the main tank position for the Dallas Fuel team before being eliminated following several relentless controversies. He also participated in the Overwatch World Cup in 2017 and 2018, playing as the main tank for Team Canada.

His career started with the Overwatch Q team? which attracted the interest of Denial eSports, who then picked them up. After the team disbanded, xQc and his teammates continued to play under another alias, “YIKES,” which they later changed to Arc 6. The team qualified for Season Zero of Overwatch Contenders, without however going beyond the group stage where they faced each other. elimination. They eventually dispersed in an effort to compete in Season 1 of the Overwatch League.


There is not much information about the birth details and family background of the Canadian player but according to a trusted authority, he was born on November 12, 1995 as Felix Lengyel in Laval, Quebec, Canada. as its handle comes from the last letter of Félix and the abbreviation of Quebec – its province of origin. His educational background and qualifications have never been made public.

family, girlfriend

At present, there is no convincing information on the identity of his girlfriend but sources have claimed that her voice is still heard on several of his videos. The photo of a girl he uploaded in 2019 might just turn out to be his lady love, but it’s still unconfirmed. We hope that this particular puzzle will be solved in the near future.

Net value

xQc has amassed a clean $1. His estimated €1 million fortune, which is expected to come largely from his playing career, is expected to improve in the upcoming review.

Why was xQc banned or suspended?

The streamer has faced several suspensions in the course of her career. Prior to joining Dallas Fuel, he was at the center of many controversies prior to major incidents in the Overwatch League, which led to his account being suspended multiple times for violating Blizzard’s Terms of Service. The initial incident happened in November 2017 when he received a suspension message in the middle of a match in an Overwatch competitive game. The reason for his 72-hour suspension was labeled “misuse of the reporting system”. He abused the in-match reporting agreement by using it to report other players unnecessarily and in particular for reasons deemed invalid. For example, he reported the

The second incident came the following month, in December 2017, when Blizzard imposed a 7-day suspension on xQc for launching a competitive game. The steamer had to issue a public apology through a video.

His time with Dallas Fuel was still fraught with a lot of controversy which resulted in him being suspended twice. The first was when his team was defeated by the Houston Outlaws in Stage One. He threw homophobic comments at Austin “Muma” Wilmot of the Outlaws who is a confirmed gay. xQc’s comments resulted from Wilmot using his own catchphrase (xQc) against him at the end of the match, in which xQc was not featured. He was fined $2,000 per the Overwatch League’s order, which was suspended four times and extended through the end of stage one.

He only returned in the second phase, facing suspension and another fine, for using the Twitch TriHard emoticon in an “ethnic slander” manner in Twitch chat while Malik Forté – an African-American presenter made an appearance on stage , expressing disapproving words – targeting Overwatch League pitchers, as well as other players on social media platforms. He also did the same on his private stream. For his attack, xQc was suspended four matches with a $4,000 fine to be paid. On March 11, 2018, the Dallas Fuel announced that xQc was no longer on their team.

On the other hand, the Overwatch player revealed in an interview that he enjoys creating content on Twitch, even though he enjoys playing as a professional. He went further saying that if he was called up to play with another professional team, he really needed to go through it for a while.

Even at the Overwatch World Cup tournament in 2018, xQc’s account was suspended for the umpteenth time on August 11, 2018 for defying the abusive chat policy. In this case, it was his teammates who reported it separately. An official warning was issued for the suspension; nevertheless, he was allowed to play.