It seems as though any Félix ‘xQc’ Lengyel stream includes some sort of random event that leaves the Canadian in hysterics or smashing his desk and peripherals!
It doesn’t even seem to matter what game he plays, something still crops up on just about every single occasion.
This was highlighted during a recent stream when the 22-year-old decided to stray away from his usual choice of Overwatch and play a game of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
The opposing team spent the entire first half typing racist language in the chat, stream sniping xQc and making some very questionable plays until one of the players on the Canadian’s team decided that he’d had enough.
Moments later, xQc was thrown into hysterics as he watched the player spinning around, looking at the ground and proceeding to kill three opponents with three quick shots:
Clearly the player on xQc’s team is using some form of spinbot that includes aim and trigger hacks, so there’s a strong chance that they will receive a ban in the near future.
“Dude, he just has good aim dude,” xQc exclaimed between bursts of laughter as the hacker continued to glitch, spin and kill everyone on the opposing team throughout the next round.
Unfortunately, as is the case with many of the top PC shooters, hacking in CS:GO is not unheard of, and anyone that has put any significant time into the game will have run into more than one cheater.
The scenario of one player assuming that their opponents are cheating and turning on their own hack to counter them, as xQc witnessed in this situation, is also a fairly common one – particularly in the lower ranks of matchmaking.