|Alternate IDs:||CRACC, Banned168, Gorilla, Supportbtw, deadinside, Intruder, Bannedplayer|
|Occupation:||Overwatch Esports Player|
|Birth Day:||November 12, 1995|
|Height:||in centimeters - N/A|
|Weight:||in kg - N/A|
$12,657 earnings from tournaments and $93,877 - $1,500,762 earnings from Youtube channel xQcOW . With total of 32.8m views in Youtube last 30days, Félix Lengyel earnings approx $8.2K - $131.4K per month.
|2019-11-01||9 - 10th||Premier||Overwatch World Cup 2019||Canada||0/-/4||$7,500|
|2018-11-03||3rd||Premier||Overwatch World Cup 2018||Canada||3 : 2||United Kingdom||$16,000|
|2018-09-09||2nd||Qualifier||Overwatch World Cup 2018 - Los Angeles Qualifier||Canada||4/-/1||$15,000|
|2018-06-24||8th||Minor||Overwatch Contenders 2018 Season 2 Trials: North America||GOATS||1/-/6||$1,819|
|2017-11-04||2nd||Premier||Overwatch World Cup 2017||Canada||1 : 4||South Korea||$9,000|
|2017-08-06||1 - 2nd||Qualifier||Overwatch World Cup 2017 - Katowice Qualifier||Canada||3 : 0||Netherlands||$9,000|
|2017-07-09||3rd||Minor||BEAT Invitational - Season 2||Arc 6||0 : 3||Immortals||$900|
|2017-05-25||1st||Monthly||Alienware Monthly Melee: May||YIKES!||3 : 0||Selfless Gaming||$6,000|
|2017-04-16||3rd||Monthly||Alienware Monthly Melee: April||Denial eSports||1 : 3||Selfless Gaming||$1,000|
|2017-03-21||1st||Weekly||Rivalcade Weekly #5 North America||Denial eSports||2 : 1||You guys get paid?||$300|
Lengyel was born on November 12, 1995 in Laval, Quebec, Canada, where he was also raised. His parents divorced when he was 1 year old, and he grew up with his brother, Nicolas, in shared custody. At a young age, Lengyel developed a passion for skateboarding, snowboarding, trampolining, and video games; he uploaded some of his tricks to YouTube.
Lengyel also has a YouTube channel that he created back on March 8, 2015, where he uploads on a daily basis his stream highlights, reactions and full playthroughs of games he plays on stream. Initially, he gave the task of editing and uploading new videos to the channel to his friend m0xyy, but had to switch to editors DailyDoseofxQc and Arthium due to his lack of motivation.
After completing his secondary school, Lengyel went on to study humanities at CEGEP before switching to administration. He ended up dropping out after 3.5 years, just before graduating, and started streaming his games on Twitch. In 2016, Lengyel discovered the game Overwatch and started playing it competitively.
Lengyel began his career as an Overwatch player as the main tank at DatZit Gaming, a semi-professional eSport organization based in Montreal, Canada. On August 13, 2016, Lengyel and his team won the Dreamhack Montreal 2016 Overwatch tournament.
Lengyel continued his career as a main tank player on the Overwatch team "Q?" which was later picked up by Denial eSports on October 12, 2016.
After Denial eSports disbanded, Lengyel and the other members of the team played together under the name "YIKES!" which was later changed to "Arc 6" after being asked by Blizzard since the logo could not be used and the name was deemed unmarketable. After qualifying, they played in Season Zero of Overwatch Contenders but were ultimately eliminated in the group stage. On July 9, 2017, Arc 6 participated in their last tournament, the Beat Invitational: Season 2 tournament, beating FNRGFE but losing to Rogue to take third place. Eventually, Arc 6 went their separate ways to focus on tryouts for Season 1 of the Overwatch League. No official statements were released by Arc 6 or Lengyel regarding his departure from the team until it was announced that he would be part of the Dallas Fuel in October.
On October 28, 2017, Overwatch League franchise Dallas Fuel announced Lengyel would be joining their roster as their 9th player. Lengyel played with the team for several matches before coming under fire due to homophobic remarks made on his Twitch stream directed against rival player Austin "Muma" Wilmot of the Houston Outlaws. Lengyel was suspended by the League for four matches and fined $2,000 for violating the Overwatch League Code of Conduct. The Dallas Fuel later extended the suspension to include the entirety of Stage 1. Lengyel made his return at the beginning of Stage 2, leading his team to victory against the Los Angeles Gladiators, and was chosen as Omen by HP's Player Of The Match. Shortly after his return to the Dallas Fuel lineup, Lengyel received a second suspension and fine for multiple social media violations and use of disparaging language towards the Overwatch League casters.
Lengyel also played for Team Canada in their 2017 Overwatch World Cup campaign. They qualified for the World Cup after beating the Netherlands by a score of 3-0. The team made it all the way to the finals of the tournament before being defeated by defending champions, South Korea. Lengyel was named the event's most valuable player.
While streaming in December 2017, Lengyel threw a competitive game. Blizzard responded with a seven-day suspension, and Lengyel posted a video to publicly apologize for his behavior.
In the 2018 Overwatch World Cup, Lengyel played as a main tank on the starting roster for Team Canada. Several months prior to the world cup, the head coach of team Canada, Justin "Jayne" Conroy announced on his Twitch stream that Lengyel, along with players Lucas "NotE" Meissner, Brady "Agilities" Girardi, Lane "Surefour" Roberts and Liam "Mangachu" Campbell, would be welcome to join the Canadian national team without going through the regular trialing process. He played in the Los Angeles Group Stage, finishing second place to move on to the quarterfinals at BlizzCon.
On August 11, 2018, Lengyel's account was suspended once again for violating the Abusive Chat policy. He had apparently been reported by teammates several times for this offense. Overwatch World Cup issued an official warning for the suspension, but he was allowed to play.
Lengyel returned from his suspension in Stage 2 only to be fined and suspended again for using the Twitch emoticon TriHard in a "racially disparaging manner" in Twitch chat as African-American broadcaster Malik Forté appeared on stream and using disparaging language against Overwatch League casters and fellow players on social media and on his personal stream. This time, Lengyel received a $4,000 fine and was suspended for four matches. On March 11, 2018, Dallas Fuel announced that the team and Lengyel had mutually parted ways. In an interview, Lengyel said that although he likes to play at a professional level, he also enjoys creating content on Twitch. If he receives an offer to play in a professional team again, he said he would have to think about it for a while before making a decision.
On February 2, 2019, it was announced that Lengyel joined Gladiators Legion, the academy team of the Los Angeles Gladiators competing in Overwatch Contenders, as a substitute main tank. In late 2019, the team announced that they would discontinue competing in Contenders.
In July 2019, Team Canada announced that Lengyel would return as the starting main tank for the team at the 2019 Overwatch World Cup. The team did not manage to pass the Group Stage after losing all four of its matches.
In the wake of the suspension of the Legion's 2020 Contenders season, Lengyel chose to continue streaming full-time on Twitch. He streams for an average of 10 hours every day and has a viewer count that regularly exceeds 40,000. In October 2019, Lengyel was the most watched Twitch streamer and ranked as the 29th most followed. In addition, he is currently the most subscribed streamer on Twitch with more than 35,000 subscribers. While he still plays Overwatch, his streams are currently more focused on variety. He often browses new releases on Steam and plays games based on suggestions from his viewers. He also has played games with other notable streamers such as Sodapoppin, Pokimane, and Disguised Toast. Lengyel also does IRL (In Real Life) streams for events like TwitchCon and BlizzCon, as well as casually while interacting with friends.
On February 2, 2019, Los Angeles-based esports organization Sentinels signed Lengyel to their Twitch content creator roster as a variety streamer. The signing announcement also shared that Lengyel would be joining Overwatch esports team Los Angeles Gladiators as a substitute player. On August 27, 2020, Lengyel was released from his Sentinels contract.
On July 31, 2019, xQc was banned for 72 hours for streaming a satirically explicit video where pornographic scenes were edited as to appear "Safe for Work".
In March 2020, Lengyel was invited by Riot Games to take part in the Valorant closed beta where viewers could obtain a beta access key by watching his stream. Between April 7 and 15, he streamed more than 112 hours of Valorant, which included 3 streams that lasted for more than 20 hours. He also reached his current all time peak in viewers (222,720) and total unique viewers in one stream (1,971,819) on April 9, 2020.
On February 29, 2020, xQc was banned for 3 days for showing Nudity in an adult-themed game based on Connect Four. The AI took her clothes off after xQc won a game of Connect Four versus her.
On June 12, 2020, xQc was banned for 24 hours for watching "explicit content" of a video of two gorillas performing intercourse.
|#1||Félix Lengyel (@XQc)||25||$106,534 - $1,513,419||N/A||Canada|
|#2||Anthony Ballo (@Harbleu)||27||$11,018||N/A||United States|
Currently, Félix Lengyel is 26 years, 6 months and 11 days old. Félix Lengyel will celebrate 27th birthday on a Saturday 12th of November 2022. Below we countdown to Félix Lengyel upcoming birthday.