In recent days, xQc has been trying his hand at the popular battle royale by taking on the ranked Fortnite Arena mode and even linking up with hugely popular professional player and streamer Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney.
However, this is still xQc and he always has the ability to fly off the handle when things don’t go his way - especially when he is trying extremely hard to become good at the game by streaming and playing almost non-stop.
The Canadian's well-documented rage came back during his April 21 stream. This time, though, it wasn’t because he missed a close-range shot or because he got stream sniped, but instead suffered an elimination and completely lost his mind.
“What? How?” xQc asked his viewers after being shot in the back in Retail Row, leading to his death. “What is happening? Your mom is fat,” he roared at his killer before bizarrely beginning to hump his desk in a blind rage.
Yet, he didn’t use up all of his rage from the stream in that particular moment. The Overwatch player soldiered on for a few more hours, trying his hardest to secure Victory Royales in the ranked arena.
However, again, things didn’t go his way. During a late-game moving circle, xQc missed up his build and got caught outside of the zone. With his health already low, the storm chunked him considerably before he suffered another elimination.
While his chat burst out laughing at him, xQc slammed his headphones down on his desk and let out a primeval roar. After composing himself for just a moment, he screamed: “I don't want to play anymore. I edited perfectly - what went wrong?”
Despite fully immersing himself into Fortnite Battle Royale, it’s clear that xQc still has some way to go before he’ll become a force to be reckoned with in matches.
While some viewers may say he should link back up with someone like Tfue for a few lessons, others will want him to continue to struggle at the game just so they can continue to see him flip out in spectacular fashion.
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