xQc Twitch Stat Revealed

Felix ‘xQc‘ Lengyel, a well-known Twitch streamer, has only taken 85 days off since the start of 2017, which is significantly less than the average worker.

It’s no secret that growing a community as large as that of xQc, Pokimane, TimTheTatman, and NICKMERCS takes a lot of time and effort, regardless of the platform on which they broadcast.

It can be exhausting to entertain tens of thousands of viewers, so many of the biggest creators take regular breaks. In 2021, for example, NICKMERCS went offline almost every Sunday.

xQc has not been spared from going live as a result of these delays. Instead, since January 1, 2017, he’s only been off work for 85 days, which is significantly less than the average American worker.

However, despite the fact that xQc began streaming League of Legends in 2014, it wasn’t until he started playing Overwatch professionally that he began to gain a large following on the site.

Twitchtracker, a website that tracks statistics, began following the French Canadian just before the beginning of 2017. We noticed that he has only taken an insane 85 days off of Twitch from the beginning of that year until now while checking it out.

If an average office worker in the United States takes four weeks off for holidays and does not work weekends, that equates to 124 days off per year.

While an average American workday is 8 hours long, with varying lunch breaks, Lengyel has gone as long as just under 21 hours during a single broadcast, which is not the only impressive aspect of xQc’s dedication to his channel.

With over 10 million subscribers to his YouTube channel, it’s clear that xQc’s efforts have paid off handsomely over the years.

His dedication to creating content has paid off financially as well, according to the Twitch leaks in October 2021 — to the tune of almost $10 million dollars.

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