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Twitch streamer Ibai rejects xQc’s request to go to the streamer’s Karts Tournament in Spain

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Twitch streamer Ibai rejects xQc's request to go to the streamer's Karts Tournament in Spain
Twitch streamer Ibai rejects xQc's request to go to the streamer's Karts Tournament in Spain

Twitch streamer Ibai rejects xQc’s request to go to the streamer’s Karts Tournament in Spain. xQc, one of the streamers, asked Ibai to let him participate with him in a racing kart tournament in Spain, which he rejected. Ibai later explained why he was turning down the offer. Ibai is one of Twitch’s most popular Spanish streamers, with more than nine million followers and over one billion views on his YouTube channel. The popular Spanish streamer recently revealed that he will be participating in a racing kart event with some of the most popular Spanish streamers.

The moment xQc noticed this massive collaboration, he immediately asked if he had been invited, to which he replied jokingly that he could participate in the tournament. He replied that he could not come to Spain as he was too busy streaming, “xQc I don’t have any problems with you, you are doing twelve or thirteen hours a stream every day. You can’t move to Spain because you are in your house all day.”

Twitch streamer Ibai rejects xQc’s request to go to the streamer’s Karts Tournament in Spain

Despite his inability to attend, he expressed his admiration for the amount of effort the streamer puts into his work every day, “I respect you because this is your life, you like to stream a lot, a lot of hours and a lot of farming. I respect you because I think (streaming) is very difficult, I think you need a strong mentality to do that.”

Ibai went on to explain why he made his decision, “But I can’t invite you to Barcelona because we speak Spanish. I respect you a lot, but you can’t move to Barcelona.”

Many Reddit users joked about the language barrier between the two in their reactions to the video,

 

Although this appears to have been more of a joke than anything serious, the idea of the largest streams in different languages collaborating is quite intriguing. The event has the potential to be gigantic, bringing people from all around the world together. While this is a far shot, this interaction appears to have the potential to push us closer to an xQc and Ibai partnership stream in the future.

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