After losing significantly in Ultimate Team, popular Twitch streamer Felix Lengyel aka xQc made waves by furiously quitting and uninstalling FIFA 22.
The latest FIFA title will be released on October 5, but there are already a lot of players playing in early access. Twitch streamer Felix Lengyel aka xQc, one of the most notable streamers on Twitch, decided to join in on the fun on September 25th, but his entrance into Ultimate Team didn’t go exactly as planned.
To be fair, the streamer only played for around two hours, but it was his final Ultimate Team match that drove him insane. He was already behind 6-0 at halftime, and no matter how hard he tried, he couldn’t close the deficit. xQc said after his opponent scored yet again; “I’m gonna say it: soccer is one of the most dogs**t sports ever exist, it’s an embarrassment to humankind. I said it, and got mad. Keep malding, and I want to make sure people understand: it is not ‘football,’ it’s soccer.”
Following that outburst, his opponent found the back of the goal once more, resulting in an 8-2 final score. After such a beating, any FIFA player would certainly consider taking a break, but xQc chose to go one step further.
xQc did not stop after shutting the game and proceeded to delete the game completely from his PC without saying anything. It’s safe to assume that this indicates the streamer won’t be playing it again for a while.
It’s a shame, though, because xQc put a lot of effort into putting together his FUT team, including getting them beautiful orange kits to match his famous “juice,” but it wasn’t enough. Once the shock of his humiliating defeat fades from his mind, the streaming sensation may return to FIFA, but he is unlikely to be on the pitch for the tournament’s first day on October 5th.