xQc Bio, Age, Height, Girlfriend, Twitch, Salary, Net Worth, Insta

xQc Biography

Felix Lengyel better known as XQc is a French Canadian Twitch streamer, Social media personality, and former professional Overwatch player. He streams on Twitch as a variety streamer for Luminosity Gaming, a Canadian esports organization.

As an Overwatch player, XQC played for the Dallas Fuel in the Overwatch League for the inaugural season. He was later released due to numerous controversies and suspensions. He also played in the Overwatch World Cup for Canada in 2017, 2018, and 2019.

xQc Age

X was born on November 12, 1995, in Laval, Quebec, Canada. He is 28 years old as of 2023.

What Does xQc mean?

The “x” comes from the last letter in his first name which is Felix and  “Qc” represents Quebec where he is from.

xQc Height

The gaming enthusiast stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches (1.88m).

xQc Education

X enrolled at CEGEP after completing his secondary education. He took a humanities course before he switched to administration. X later dropped out after 3.5 years and started streaming live on Twitch after dropping out of school.

xQc Family

X was born and raised in Laval, Quebec. He was born to his parents who divorced when he was only 1 year old. He and his brother were raised in shared custody. There is no further information regarding his family.

xQc Girlfriend

X was in a relationship with a girl named Adept. The two confirmed their relationship after a clip of them cuddling and kissing. They had previously denied being in a relationship. They claimed that the nature of their relationship was that of roommates only. The two had to confirm their relationship after their cozy clip. The couple later broke up.

Following his breakup with Adept, X began dating Twitch streamer, Fran. The two began dating in 2023. They eventually broke up with Fran citing cheating as the reason for their break up. X seemingly confirmed that he in fact did cheat on Fran.


xQc Twitch

X started live streaming on Twitch after dropping out of school. He first started playing League of Legends using the name XQcLoL then later started playing Overwatch. As an Overwatch player, X was the main tank at DatZit Gaming, a semi-professional esports organization in Montreal, Canada. He together with his team won the Dreamhack Montreal 2016 Overwatch tournament on the 3rd of August, 2016.

On October 12, 2016, Denial eSports picked his Overwatch team “Q”. He later claimed that Denial owed its players $2, 900. Denial later disbanded leading to X and other players forming a new team “YIKES” which later changed to “Arc 6”. They qualified to play in season zero of Overwatch Contenders but were eliminated in the group stage.

On July 9, 20117, Arc 6 played their last tournament, the Beat Invitational: Season 2 tournament. They beat FNRGFE but lost to Rogue taking third place. Arc 6 eventually went their separate ways. X joined Dallas Fuel on October 28, 2017, as their 9th player.

After several matches, X was suspended and fined due to homophobic remarks he made on his Twitch stream directed against Austin Wilmot from a rivalry team Houston Outlaws. He was first suspended for 4 matches but Dallas Fuel later extended his suspension for the entire stage 1.

X returned for Stage 2 leading his team to victory against Los Angeles Gladiators. He was chosen as the Omen by HP’s Player of the Match. He received a second suspension and fine shortly after his return for multiple social media violations and the use of degrading words towards the Overwatch League Casters.

After taking a break from playing, X returned to pro play with the Contenders Trials NA team GOATS. On February 2, 2019, he joined Gladiators Legion, the academy team of the Los Angeles Gladiators. He competed in Overwatch Contenders as a Substitute main tank.

In 2017, X played for Team Canada in their Overwatch World Cup Campaign. The team beat the Netherlands by a score of 3-0 and made it to the finals. However, they were defeated by South Korea. xQc was named the most valuable player.

In 2018, X played as a main tank for Team Canada in the 2018 Overwatch World Cup. He also played at BlizzCon in the Los Angeles Group Stage. He was able to finish second moving on to the quarterfinals. In 2019, X returned to play as the main tank for Team Canada at the 2019 Overwatch World Cup.

Overall Career

X streams for about 9 hours daily. He manages to get over 60, 000 views per stream. In October 2019, he ranked the 29th most followed Twitch Streamer. He is also the most subscribed Twitch Streamer with over 35, 000 new subscribers per month. On the 2nd of February 2019, Sentinels, a Los Angeles-based esports organization signed X as a variety streamer and as a substitute player for Los Angeles Gladiators.

X was released from his contract On August 27, 2020, and later joined Luminosity Gaming.  In March 2020, Lengley took part in the Valorant Closed Data. He was able to stream more than 112 hours of Valorant between April 7 and 15. X was able to reach 222, 720 viewers and a total of 1, 971, 819 unique viewers on April 9, 2020. He started playing Chess the same year.

He included Chess in most of his Streams to improve his Chess.com. On May 25, 2020, Chess.com announced the first POgChamps event. 16 streamers including X participated in the chess tournament where the winner walked away with a prize fund of $50, 000.

Aside from being a Twitch Streamer, X also has a YouTube channel where he uploads his stream highlights and reactions on a daily basis.

How Much Money Does xQc Make a Month?

XQc makes around $300,000 per month from Twitch.

xQc Net Worth

X’s net worth is estimated to be $4 million. He has been able to acquire most of his wealth from his career as a Twitch Streamer, Overwatch player, and YouTuber.

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