xQc sometimes called xQcOW but known as Felix Lengyel in real life was born on 12th February, 1995 in Canada. He is one of the world’s most successful and popular YouTubers and Twitch streamers we know of.
He started off as a professional overwatched online player. The Twitch streamer hasn’t yet shared any details about his parents, siblings and close relatives on the internet. He seems to be keeping them under wraps.
In the year 2018, the popular YouTuber represented the Dallas Fuel in the Overwatched League. Per the record, between 2017-2019, he wonderfully played in three overwatched World Cups for Team Canada. xQc is popularly known online as one of the funniest and with a humorous calming nature.
xQc Net Worth
xQc is estimated to have a net worth of about $9million. Averagely, the Twitch streamer and YouTuber makes about $3-4million from his career as a Twitcher and YouTuber. He posts videos regularly for his followers to watch so he can equally make lots of money. He has more than 630million views across all his videos.
He isn’t very active on YouTube though, he has managed to have more than 1.4million subscribers to his credit. Now, how much does xQc earn on YouTube alone?
According to SocialBlade, his monthly earnings on YouTube alone is between $7.5k to $120.3k. This means that, xQc makes roughly $1.4million in a year. In as much as this figure has been drawn, it is not static, it could surely surpass that.
xQc is very popular on Twitch than on most of his social media platforms. He most definitely gets more than 70,000 viewers whenever he streams live. In this case, his earnings per his views are estimated to be around $250-300k a month without adding his fan donations, gifted subscriptions, brand endorsement and deals, re-subscription etc.
Additionally to his successful career as a streamer on Twitch, he has also signed many sponsorship deals after he officially retired from Overwatch. Some of these deaths are with G Fuel, MetaThreads and Verizon.
The popular Twitcher and YouTuber started his eSports function with DatZit Gaming, a Canadian semi-professional eSports organisation in the year 2016. Successfully, xQc became victorious and won the Dreamhack Montreal 2016 Overwatch Tournament together with his able team.
In the year 2016, the YouTuber made a public announcement that he would be joining the Overwatch League franchise Fellas Fuel. After sometimes, he was slapped with 2 suspensions for certain social media violations and the use of disparaging language/remarks.
After his suspension, he finally decided to tune solo; by becoming a full-time steamer. Just a few months after his decision to go solo, he returned to professional Overwatch.
He then partook in the League as one of the Contenders Trial NA called the GOATS. Somewhere in his career, he also joined the Gladiation Legion, an academy team of the Los Angeles Gladiators. Then again, in the year 2019, he made a public announcement about his turning into a full-time streamer and he did it this time.
Lifestyle and Expenditure
Just like the unstable earnings of most celebrities, xQc’s weekly or monthly expenditure is not available on the internet. Currently, sources claim that he resides in Texas, United States of America after he was raised in Canada.
He is currently one of the many outspoken and open celebrities of our time. According to his streaming platforms like YouTube and Twitch, he is living a flamboyant lifestyle even though, he hasn’t personally said anything about his overall expenditure.
Is xQc A Billionaire?
Not really. According to reliable sources, the popular Twitch streamer has a net worth of about 9million. He makes an average of $3-4million from his career as a YouTuber and Twitch streamer.
How Much Does xQc Make A Year?
Averagely, xQc is estimated to make about $1.4million a year on his YouTube channel. He additionally makes more than $8million on Twitch which is his main active platform.
The popular Twitch streamer is 27 years of age as of 2022. He was born on 12th February, 1995.
What Is xQc’s Set Up?
Monitor: ASUS ROG Swift PG258Q
Keyboard: SteelSeries Apex Pro TKL
Mouse: Logitech G Pro
Headset: HyperX Cloud II
Webcam: BRIO Ultra HD Pro
Microphone: Shure SM7B