xQc Denies Moving to Kick Despite Leaking ChatGPT History

Well-known Twitch streamer xQc has denied making the move to Kick despite accidentally leaking his ChatGPT history whilst live. 

Félix ‘xQc’ Lengyel is a Canadian Twitch streamer and internet personality best known for being a former professional Overwatch player. Despite amassing a large following on Twitch, it appears as though he has been considering making the move to Kick.

Kick is a rival live-streaming platform that is making headlines recently. With big names such as Adin Ross and Trainwreck already on the platform, xQc is the latest name to be rumoured to be making the change. With the platform promising a 95/5 subscription revenue split (with Twitch only being 50/50 for majority of streamers), it is perhaps no surprise that many are migrating. 

xQc Denies Moving to Kick Despite Leaking ChatGPT History

However, the story may not be as straightforward for xQc who accidentally leaked his conversation history with the AI chatbot, ChatGPT. During a livestream, the streamer pulled up this conversation which saw him seemingly asking the bot about signing with Kick. 

“I am the world’s biggest Twitch streamer and I have signed with a new platform, Kick. What is the best way for me to announce my new contract to my viewers?” his question read.

However, xQc swiftly started denying that he had written that question and claimed he “wasn’t even at the computer”. He then went on to say he was being pranked due to his account being shared. 

With the streamer not commenting further, it is currently unconfirmed if he will be making the jump to rival service Kick. However, with a following of over 11 million on Twitch, it will be a massive loss to the platform. 

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