xQc left Luminosity Gaming: Everything we know

Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel, a Twitch streamer, has left Luminosity Gaming after being part of the team for more than two years as a content creator.

Twitch streamer Felix “xQc” Lengyel has severed relations with Luminosity Gaming, an esports organization (LG). He joined LG as a content creator in October 2020, contributing to the organization’s record-breaking streaming viewership.

According to Dexerto, xQc is one of the top Twitch streamers in recent years, with a total of 227.23 million viewers as of December 2022.

LG has also crowned the top Twitch esports community in 2021 based on watch time, with a total of 40 million views across all of its contributors, including xQc, who supplied the majority of the views.

xQc left Luminosity Gaming after 2 years

After more than 2 years, LG confirmed xQc’s departure from the organization with a video montage of his best streaming moments, concluding simply with “Thank you, xQc.”

By quote-retweeting the video with a blue heart, the streamer also acknowledged his departure from LG.

As of this writing, xQc has not spoken about the reasons for his departure, prompting fans to wonder whether he left or was fired from LG.

Many fans were saddened by xQc’s departure from LG, but many also wished him well in his future pursuits, whether it’s joining another org or simply continuing to make history on Twitch.

Some speculated about where xQc would move next, mentioning popular esports companies such as 100 Thieves and Evil Geniuses, both of whom have content creator programs.

Some appear to desire xQc to return to Overwatch pro play, considering a Dallas Fuel comeback five years after he was dismissed.

Despite being a contentious streamer, it’s apparent that xQc has achieved great success as a result of his engaging streams, and being signed on LG has also aided him in reaching these heights.

He was able to build a devoted fanbase that returned to watch him play on Twitch and witness some of his personal problems, like his terrible breakup from Adept.

It’s unclear whether xQc will join another org, although at this stage in his career, it’s reasonable if he chooses to go it alone.

Hours upon hours of Minecraft speedruns, playing with buddies on Valorant and Phasmophobia, and Just Chatting streams, among other things, are keeping him occupied right now.

Unless he plans on organizing large Twitch events in the future, it’s reasonable to say he’ll be OK with or without the support of an esports organization.

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