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xQc embarrasses FaZe Clan's Nate Hill and 100T's SirD with brutal roast

by Matt Porter

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Trash talking Twitch streamer Felix 'Fortnite Battle Royale pro players. 

xQc is known as an Overwatch player, but often streams other games on his Twitch channel, and when he started playing new FPS game Splitgate: Arena Warfare, he came up against a number of FaZe clan members including Hill and Funkbomb.

He may have been playing against some of the most talented gamers in the world, but when the Canadian took down Nate Hill, he let loose with a tirade of verbal abuse.

YouTube: Nate Hill
YouTube: Nate Hill
FaZe Clan's Nate Hill was the target of a brutal xQc roast.

After eliminating Hill’s character with the butt of his weapon, xQc mocked his rival's career as a Fortnite Battle Royale streamer, a game that has a young audience.

“Good luck at the Fortnite World Cup,” the Canadian told Hill. “Enjoy playing with little children online, fucking idiot.

“Enjoy going to the after party at World Cup with literal 10-year-olds drinking fucking Sprite, you fucking cuck soyboy.”

While some would choose to ignore famed troll xQc, Nate Hill decided to fire back at the former Overwatch pro on Twitter, thanking him for his “well wishes,” before writing that he hoped xQc could find “a game you’re good at!”

100 Thieves pro player SirD waded into the argument, saying: “the funny parts is how terrible [xQc] is at Fortnite Battle Royale.”

Unsurprisingly, xQc delivered a fatal blow to SirD, replying: “The funny part is you being signed [to] a huge organization and there’s still not a single person who knows who the fuck you are.”

SirD followed up by posting a video of Turner 'Tfue' Tennney, saying: "This is not cool, this is fucking bullshit." He added that the Dallas Fuel player "didn't have to go in that hard."

The 100 Thieves member later threw the towel in for good, tweeting: “Dear xQc fans, I surrender, lol,” with a GIF that simply stated: “I quit.”

Nate Hill refrained from addressing the amazing trash talk any further on Twitter which, based on the quality of xQc’s comebacks, was probably a good idea.