QTCinderella joins Misfits, accuses TSM of not supporting her

Olivia Richman • November 4, 2022 2:49 pm

Dynamic content creator QTCinderella has signed with Misfits Gaming Group just days after leaving TSM.

QTCinderella has become one of the most popular female streamers on Twitch thanks to her popular broadcasts and creative influencer-filled events like The Streamer Awards and Shitcamp. But it was actually her passion for these larger projects that resulted in her leaving TSM to join another organization.

Misfits excitedly announced the signing on November 3, exclaiming that they “want to do cool s— together.” The rest of the content creators on Misfits’ roster warmly welcomed QTCinderella as well. But some fans were confused why she left TSM for Misfits so quickly.

Why did QTCinderella leave TSM to join Misfits?

QT joined Team SoloMid in September of 2021. On a Reddit post, she explained that she’s loved TSM “for years,” but she learned after joining that “you should never meet your heroes.”

“When I created the Streamer Awards, TSM was the first group of people I messaged and no one cared. No one cared to support. No one cared to congratulate. No one cared to encourage. This was supposed to be my team. This was the pattern whenever I came up with ideas,” she said.

QTCinderella went on to admit that she came up with an “entire content plan” for the organization as a whole that was allegedly greenlit “until the day I was supposed to [re-]sign” her contract. At that point, QT said she knew to walk away.

“There are a lot of great people at the company now and I do believe they can do something great. But I really just need a TEAM. So I had to choose to leave,” QT said.

While QTCinderella will still be a fan of TSM, she is looking forward to creating more events with Misfits. She is also trying out new streaming content like Minecraft.

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