xQc VALORANT Roster: Popular Twitch Streamer xQc proposes to buy an esports team following his long-standing interest- Twitch streaming star xQc, known for his variety of content was also an esports player back in the day. The sponsorship of esports teams by content producers is growing, and former Overwatch competitor xQc is teasing that he has already purchased a Valorant team.
Currently, xQc is the sixth most followed streamer on the platform with well over 11 million subscribers to his channel. He has rapidly expanded across the platform over the last two to three years. His distinct personality and commitment to the hard effort are major contributors to his success and reputation. He almost always streams, and to cap it off, his streams are typically longer than 20 hours.
xQc VALORANT Roster: Popular Twitch Streamer xQc proposes to buy an esports team following his long-standing interest
At a time when the esports scenario is blooming globally, many content creators are independently willing to start an esports team. xQc might be the next in line, and given that he’s one of Twitch’s most popular streamers, he has a lot of potentials to grow the scene. He intends to begin with Valorant, according to chat records from xQc.
esports teams arent profitabe, creator backed teams are— xQcChatMessages (@xQcChatMessages) March 4, 2023
During his prime, Felix was a well-known eSports player. Many people do not realise that he joined his first Overwatch professional squad at the tender age of 19 though! In 2016, when the Canadian was still in his late teens, he joined the eSports team DatZit Gaming. When he was just 20 years old, he made it to his first Overwatch World Cup championships.
Over the past few months, he has repeatedly expressed his interest, especially in a Valorant team. This sparked a discussion about how, in his quest to buy a squad in Valorant, recently on-stream. Now, xQc has stated that he will be purchasing a Valorant squad, as well as teams in Rocket League, the League of Legends French League, and the LFL.
The name of xQc’s Valorant team, and consequently, his company, is yet unknown. We’ll have to wait and see if xQc fully commits to esports as an owner this time. The former Overwatch pro, however, has the potential to become a household figure in esports once more if what he claimed in these chat messages materialises.