xQc vows to “Purge” demanding viewers for more entertaining IRL Streams- Streaming sensation xQc has had enough of demanding viewers on the rival platform Kick, where he signed a massive $100 million deal in June. He expressed his frustration during a recent Kick stream, stating that IRL streams foster the worst behaviour in some of his viewers.
IRL streams can offer exciting and entertaining content, but they can also attract negative aspects. With over 12 million followers across Twitch and Kick, xQc’s IRL streams have become a point of contention, with viewers becoming increasingly demanding.
xQc vows to “Purge” demanding viewers for more entertaining IRL Streams
“The thing is, with IRLs, it’s a lot of fun, but it fosters the very bad part of everything,” he said during a recent Kick stream. “Especially at this scale, it snowballs really bad. At the end of the day, when it’s time to chill out and talk to the community, and do stuff only between us, it’s really f*cking bad.”
To address the problem and maintain a positive streaming experience, xQc vowed to “purge” his chat of demanding viewers. He made it clear that if fans want to see more IRL streams, they must be respectful and avoid making unreasonable requests. Otherwise, they will face permanent bans from the chat.
“Alright, you know what? This is what I’m gonna do. We’ll try something. You see people like this?” he said, pointing out a comment that read, ‘W gaslight.’ “I’ll just permaban all of them.”
“If you want good sh*t and good IRL, the chat is just gonna get purged like crazy,” he continued.
“Any absolute dogsh*t people that are like, ‘Oh, do this or do that,’ or, ‘Don’t do this or don’t do that,’ you’re just gonna get permabanned.”
xQc’s decision to address this issue demonstrates his dedication to providing enjoyable content for his viewers. However, it’s essential to note that demanding viewers are not the only challenge for IRL streamers. Many streamers have also faced alarming incidents during their broadcasts.