xQc accidentally leaks that he might join Kick in ChatGPT conversation about gambling
Twitch icon Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel accidentally leaked his ChatGPT history where he appeared to ask the AI about moving to Kick.
Kick has emerged as a true rival to Amazon’s Twitch by offering a better payout for creators through a 95/5 subscription revenue split, while also trying to sign some of the top talent in the streaming world.
Legends such as Dr Disrespect are rumored to be signing with the platform, and others such as Adin Ross and Trainwreck already streaming on the site. More are expected to be announced in the future too, including some “mega superstars.”
Now, according to xQc’s ChatGPT history, he could be one of the big names that Kick has signed after the streamer leaked his conversations with the AI live on Twitch.
xQc denies moving to Kick after ChatGPT leaks
On May 10, xQc pulled up ChatGPT and exposed a conversation where he asked the AI for suggestions about moving from Twitch to the rival platform.
“I am the world’s biggest Twitch streamer and I have signed with a new platform, Kick. What is the best way for me to announce my new contract to my viewers?” the French Canadian had asked the AI.
After ChatGPT gave xQc some ideas, Lengyel allegedly asked about gambling and how he would be gambling on Kick, noting that there was a lot of controversy when he gambled on Twitch.
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xQc, however, has denied writing the prompts, claiming that he “wasn’t even at the computer” and that he was being pranked, because his account is shared.
“What the f**k? Okay, that’s just troll, dude,” he remarked. “I didn’t do this.”
It’s not clear whether or not xQc will actually end up streaming on Kick, but it will certainly be a massive deal if he switches platforms. For now, however, there’s no proof that he has signed to the rival streaming site.
That said, with Kick hyping up some big names joining the service, we’ll have to wait and see if xQc makes the jump and leaves Twitch behind.