xQc reveals why outraged fan demanded money for “damages”
Popular Twitch star Félix ‘xQc’ Lengyel revealed why one fan contacted him recently and actually billed the Overwatch pro for “damages”.
xQc’s quick speech, explosive rants, and insane Overwatch skills has resonated with millions as the Twitch star is currently the number third on the most actively subbed channel list for the streaming platform.
However, one fan didn’t seem to care much for the Canadian’s loud screaming, as the pro explained that they demanded he pay for “damages” as a result of yelling too much.
xQc’s fan billed him for damages
While playing Overwatch on September 25, xQc turned to his audience to tell them a story of a recent exchange he had with an angry fan. “I don’t know if I told you this before. But there’s this guy a couple weeks ago, sent me an email that was serious,” he started.
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“He said that I screamed so loud, that it broke his headphones, right. And he sent me the receipt and he billed me! HE BILLED ME!” he shouted, getting across the ridiculousness of the situation. “I ain’t paying for shit, dude. You kidding me!?”
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While most of his chat seemed to find the story absurd as the streamer emphasized how serious the fan was being, one person complained that the Canadian had told the story already recently in a previous broadcast, which led to xQc lecturing him.
“When people hear the same story, they don’t get mad. They’re kind of bored of it. But then the new people didn’t [hear it]. I know I don’t lose the old people but the new people will find it funny! I don’t give no fuck brother. I’ll tell my story 80 times! 80!”
This isn’t the first time the Canadian streamer has gotten a little heated because of chat. Recently during his September 23 broadcast, the 23-year-old raged out after a donation called him French, which also led to the Twitch star lecturing his audience.
While many may know xQc for his wildly popular streams on Twitch, he actually got his start as a pro Overwatch player, and is considered one of the best tanks in the game.
After taking a year break to focus on his streaming, the popular personality made his return to the pro scene on July 29 when making Team Canada’s roster for the Overwatch World Cup in 2019.