Canadian variety streamer Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel had the most hours of content watched on Twitch last month, beating the likes of Tyler ‘Tyler1’ Steinkamp, Saqib ‘Lirik’ Zahid, and even the official Riot Games account.
The Overwatch pro – who has represented Canada at the Overwatch World Cup and is a substitute player for Gladiators Legion – is now one of the most popular personalities on Twitch thanks to his variety and IRL streams. So popular, in fact, that he has had over 6.68 million hours of content watched in the month of November, seeing him top the charts in that metric. He is also the fastest growing English-speaking streamer on the platform, having accumulated over 145,000 new followers last month, bringing his total following on Twitch to 1.8 million.
XQc’s often frantic and fast-paced style of streaming, along with the wide range of games he plays on stream, has seen him become one of the most talked about personalities on Twitch.
According to Twitch Tracker, xQc has streamed himself playing over 50 different titles, ranging from the likes of CS:GO or Pokemon Sword and Shield, to some more obscure games such as House Flipper or Internet Cafe Simulator… Your guess is as good as ours.
He also spends a lot of time streaming Just Chatting and IRL content, in which he often reacts to other streamers, vlogs himself at events, or documents his everyday life. Or just ponders the expansion of the universe…
XQc is currently the 29th most followed active streamer on Twitch. But if his popularity continues to rise this month in the same way it did in November, expect him to be a few places higher than that before the year’s out. He could even become the latest member of the illustrious Two Million Club in the very near future.