Kai Cenat closing replaces xQc as the most subscribed Twitch streamer- On Twitch, xQc has dominated the total subscriber rankings for the most of this year (and previous). Despite the occasional streamer briefly dethroning him, his roughly 70,000 active subscribers maintain him in the front.
But as part of his quick ascent through the Twitch rankings, broadcaster Kai Cenat is currently rapidly closing in on xQc’s subscriber count and may soon surpass him. However, despite having comparable counts, there are some significant differences in how they obtained the subs.
Twitch subscriptions typically cost $5 (prices vary by area), but customers also have the option of paying more for tier 2 and tier 3 subscriptions, which cost $10 or $25, respectively. There are also gifting subscriptions, in which one person gives a subscription to several other people.
Kai Cenat closing replaces xQc as the most subscribed Twitch streamer
Twitch does not publish exact sub counts, however statistics site “TwitchTracker” offers a pretty near approximation. At the time of writing, xQc and Kai Cenat each had 76,821 subscribers.
The most shocking aspect of these statistics is that just 2,888 of xQc’s subs have been “given,” compared to almost 25,000 of Kai’s.
Even while Kai Cenat has a large number of members, just 4 of them are “tier 3” customers, while 164 viewers have abandoned the most costly xQc subscription tier.
It will be interesting to see if Kai can maintain his lead and claim the top place. While xQc’s sub count is simply his normal statistics without any major push for additional subscribers, Kai’s sub count is the product of a significant hype train that has been developing over the previous few months.
Furthermore, no caster is known for being “brand friendly,” but it’s evident that this isn’t stopping them. If Kai is successful in unseating his fellow streamer from the top spot, we’ll update this post.
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