MoistCr1TiKaL xQc Should Be Moved to YouTube

American YouTuber and a Twitch streamer Charles White Jr., known online as Cr1TiKaL or MoistCr1TiKal shares some thoughts about xQc‘s recent twitch ban suggesting that xQc should make the jump into Youtube.

In the past few days, some streamers including the FIFA streamer RunTheFUTMarket have been issued a ban from the platform due to watching the 2020 Tokyo Olympics on their stream.

Now, the biggest streamer on the platform Felix Lengyel has also fallen victim to the ban-hammer with a five-hour suspension earlier this July 28th. Before he got banned, he was watching the Judo match at the Olympics then he later took to Twitter to address and explain his ban stating that his channel was DMCA’d.

He apologized for his mistake and promised that he will be following the guidelines more strictly in the future to avoid further bans. Fellow twitch streamer MoistCr1TiKal has shared some thoughts about xQc’s ban during his recent live broadcast as he believes that the sequence of suspensions xQc has received on Twitch should be enough for him to make the jump to YouTube streaming instead.

MoistCr1TiKal said that he was always shocked that one of the biggest streamers on the platform, xQc gets banned as much as he does. He also said that xQc should accept the YouTube streaming offer as he could easily get over a 15 or 20 million dollar deal with YouTube.

Plenty of high-profile streamers prioritize YouTube over Twitch now. Dr Disrespect has been on the platform ever since his Twitch ban and as well as popular names like Valkyrae and LazarBeam all use YouTube to stream. It seems unlikely that xQc will make the jump to YouTube, especially considering he’s the most-watched streamer on Twitch but it is up to xQc whether he wanted to make a move or stay on the platform.

Faqs

Most Twitch streamers only get to keep 50% but top-tier streamers such as Felix make a little more. xQc also makes money through bit donations and external donations. And lastly, xQc makes money through Twitch advertisements. Streamers are expected to make around $2 per 1000 viewers on their stream.14-Mar-2022

Streamer Hours watched in 2022
——– ———————
xQc 66.8 million
TheGrefg 40.4 million
ibai 29.6 million
Gaules 28.2 million

In that list, xQc was found in the #2 position with a total payout of $8,454,427.17 between August 2019 and October 2021. Considering there are 22 months between August 2019 and October 2021, that would mean xQc made around $384,292 per month from Twitch in those periods.14-Mar-2022

Conclusion

American YouTuber and Twitch streamer Charles White Jr. offers some thoughts about xQc’s recent twitch ban, suggesting that xQc should make the jump into Youtube. In the last few days, some streamers including the FIFA streamer RunTheFUTMarket have been issued a ban

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