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Entertainment • May 12, 2019

xQc thrilled that Destiny has been spoiling Game of Thrones

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xQc thrilled that Destiny has been spoiling Game of Thrones
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Popular Twitch streamer Steven ‘Destiny’ Bonnell has been under fire for sending spoilers for Game of Thrones to random users on Reddit and everyone seems to be upset with him, everyone except fellow streamer Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel.

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As reported by Dexerto, Destiny has been deliberately messaging people spoilers to Game of Thrones Season 8 and wouldn’t you know it, people aren’t happy.

Game of Thrones is one of the of the biggest TV shows of the last decade, so when Destiny decided to share spoilers people were pissed; it seems like everyone is upset with Destiny, everyone, that is, except xQc.

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One of the messages that Destiny sent containing GoT spoilers (blocked out for obvious reasons).

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xQc has his popcorn ready

After a user in chat brought up the Destiny situation to xQc, the streamer looked like a kid first thing on Christmas morning and explained he was thrilled with what was going on, because it took the spotlight off of him.

“My hatred level was at the top, it was going down but it was still a little up,” xQc said, describing the haters he’s been dealing with on Twitter. “Then Destiny was like ‘SPOILERS’, ‘SPOILERS.’”

“I was like: ‘hey Destiny, go go go go!’” xQc said while laughing with chat. “Hardcore, more spoilers, hey, pump that shit dude.”

A lot of people are, understandably, upset with Destiny for spoiling their favorite show, but based on this clip Destiny’s shennanigans might as well have given xQc an early birthday gift.

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What's happened to Destiny?

Sharing spoilers is obviously frowned upon and xQc even threatened to throw the book at users who shared Avengers: Endgame spoilers in his chat.

When it comes to other streamers though, it seems spoilers are perfectly fine, especially if it takes the haters attention off of Felix.

xQc has been under fire lately after being accused of not paying for Twitch emotes, so any heat Destiny takes off of him is probably really appreciated.

Destiny has over 400,000 followers on Twitch, but now it appears he's at odds with some of his viewers after receiving considerable criticism for his behaviour.

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