xQc urges Streamers and Content creators to not get sad for not getting nominations at awards – Twitch star xQc took to his Twitter handle to share his stand in favor of disapproved Streamers who could not get their way to the nomination of the Year’s pro and on-air talent category. Every year, there are multiple Awards have been organized around to honor Content creators and streamers, etc. Indeed, this is one of the most prestigious nights on the calender, creators and streamers wait for long years to get their efforts paid in front of the crowd. A recognition that is admired and respected in the community.
xQc urges Streamers and Content creators to not get sad for not getting nominations at awards
With the release of the nomination list for the Esports Award 2022, several streamers and creators are left disheartened by their misfortune of not making the list. Twitch Streamer, xQc made a tweet on his official Twitter handle in reference to them, which says, “I tell you guys, this every year. Streamers and Content creators out there, don’t get sad or upset when you don’t get nominated or win awards. You don’t need mainstream randoms to validate your esports, Fuc* em. Do your thing, your community notices you, that’s all that matters”.
⚠️I TELL YOU GUYS THIS EVERY YEAR. STREAMERS, CONTENT CREATORS OUT THERE; DON’T GET SAD OR UPSET WHEN YOU DON’T GET NOMINATED OR WIN AWARDS. YOU DON’T NEED MAINSTREAM RANDOMS TO VALIDATE YOUR EFFORTS. FUCK EM. DO YOUR THING, YOUR COMMUNITY NOTICES YOU, THAT’S ALL THAT MATTERS. ⚠️— xQc (@xQc) October 27, 2022
The Esports Awards 2022 will take place in December
The Esports Awards 2022 presented by Lexus, was very excited to name the finalists for this year’s pro and on-air talent categories which include the likes of LOUD, Jaccob “yay” Whiteaker, and James “Dash” Patterson with voting now live. The finalists were announced by Thom “Fdot” Badinger, Jake “SirActionSlacks” Kanner, and DOTA 2’s most decorated player Johan “N0tail” Sundstein as part of Esports Awards’ sixth Spotlight Show of the year. This year’s Esports Awards will be hosted at Resorts World Theatre in Las Vegas on December 13th.
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