Felix “xQc” Lengyel may have accidentally leaked a potential switch from Twitch to Kick.
xQc has become the king of leaks — on himself. He recently showed his Twitter DMs by accident, including chats with Kick enthusiast Adin Ross and former adult entertainer Kaitlyn “Amouranth” Siragusa. Now, xQc accidentally showed a very strange history with ChatGPT.
In a recent stream, xQc’s tantalizing ChatGPT conversations were flashed on the screen. This included the Juicer asking: “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?”
Even though xQc claims that he’s using a shared account and he never had this conversation with ChatGPT, fans are still skeptical. Many believe that the juicer is seeking the AI’s help to publicly move to the new platform. According to xQc, however, someone else has been using this account.
Is xQc moving to Kick?
Kick has become the most-buzzed about streaming platform alternative to Twitch. It has continued to compete directly with Twitch, offering a 95/5 subscription revenue split and promising looser regulations in an attempt to entice big-name streamers to make the move.
So far, streamers like Tyler “Trainwreck” Niknam, Ross, and Corinna Kopf have made the move to Kick. This has allowed them to stream gambling activities — and even porn. Ross has been asking other stars like Kai Cenat and xQc to join them.
Up until now, xQc has denied that he’s even considered Kick. It’s still not clear if the chat was an expert troll from the Juicer or if he truly is considering leaving Twitch.