Game Awards stage crasher streamsnipes Kai Cenat & xQc in IRL Twitch stream

Eleni Thomas
Kai Cenat next to the game awards stage crasherInstagram: kaicenat / YouTube: The Game Awards

A new video is trending online as the “Bill Clinton” game awards stage crasher has once again appeared, this time making their way onto Kai Cenat and xQc’s joint IRL Twitch stream.

During the 2022 Game Awards, an interruption during the Game of the Year announcement turned into a viral moment during the ceremony. After Elden Ring was awarded Game of the Year, a young spectator appeared on the stage, gate-crashing the acceptance speeches and dedicating the Award to former President Bill Clinton in a moment that went viral online.

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“I would like to dedicate this award to my reformed Orthodox Rabbi, Bill Clinton, thank you, everybody,” the person said, before getting escorted off stage by security.

While the moment – and the person responsible for the disruption – had seemingly fizzled away from the attention of the gaming and streaming community, the stage crasher has once again appeared on screens. This time crashing Kai Cenat and xQc’s recent live stream on Twitch.

In the stream, Cenat can be seen looking around and behind xQc before the streamer points at a figure off-camera and shouts out. “Yo, I seen him before.” The camera then pans over to the figure, who is revealed to be none other than the same person who stormed the stage at the 2022 Game Awards. The person is even wearing the same outfit as what they wore back during the awards.

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The individual can then be heard asking Cenat and xQc, “Dude, what’s going on?” Before Cenat then cracks down and asks them to leave.

“What the hell. You’re the most random person. You’re not with us, you’re not with us but I’ve definitely seen you before. Nah, nah, nah, you’re not with us. Yeah, he’s recording, you’re recording you’re not with us. Don’t let him follow us.”

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For xQc and Kai, however, the antics didn’t stop there. The infamous stage crasher popped back up on the IRL Twitch stream for a second time roughly an hour later. This time, he tried disguising himself by wearing a mask and keeping his hood up.

“Can I get a quick photo?” he asked Kai, to which the streamer agreed at first, thinking it was a fan.

“Stop doing that bro,” Kai yelled after the stream sniper revealed himself. “You keep doing that bro, like you not low. He’s being mad annoying, he disguised himself to try and blend in.”

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We’ll be sure to update this article if more details about the stream crashing incident are revealed. For all the latest entertainment news and updates, be sure to check out Dexerto’s full coverage here.

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Eleni is a Melbourne-based journalist. Having completed her Bachelor's in communication (Journalism) at RMIT University, Eleni now writes for Dexerto full-time. A big Nintendo fan (with a Triforce tattoo to prove it) and a lover of the zombie genre, Eleni covers gaming, entertainment as well as TV and movies for the site. She is also passionate about covering Queer and female representation. Contact Eleni at eleni.thomas@dexerto.com