Streamer xQc Promotes College In Cities: Skylines

During his most recent stream, Felix ‘xQc‘ Lengyel demonstrated some amusing advertising tactics. Lengyel created a college for Creative Arts during his Cities: Skylines gameplay and promoted it to his viewers.

Colossal Order’s Cities: Skylines is a popular city-building simulation game. The Twitch streamer listed the benefits of the degree while announcing the newest addition to his city, the Institution for Creative Arts. Lengyel mockingly referred to the degree as “useless,” much to the delight of his audience.

xQcOW received a request from a viewer during his most recent Cities: Skylines gameplay to build a college for the city. Then Lengyel looked through his belongings and discovered a blueprint for an “Institute of Creative Arts.”

Lengyel looked for a location to build the college after deciding on the model. He chose a strategic location in his city. Lengyel advertised his new institution in a lighthearted manner, revealing its final location as the Metropolis’s heart.

Lengyel turned his attention to his viewers after creating the college within the game and gave them his thoughts on the “benefits” of the educational institution. He mockingly referred to fine arts degrees as “useless,” citing their inability to secure well-paying positions. He then mocked students with such degrees, referring to them as whiners.

He moved on to the next structure in his construction after appearing to be satisfied with his “5-head” money-making scheme.

Lengyel’s joke was a hit with his audience, who burst out laughing at his ad tactics. Redditors, on the other hand, thought his mockery of creative arts college degrees had some merit. Some blamed the educational system for the country’s decline, while others defended it.

On Twitch, Lengyel is one of the most popular streamers. He streams GTA RP, Minecraft, and Overwatch, among other games, on a regular basis. Lengyel has been at the center of several controversies due to his outgoing personality.

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