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Mizkif talks about how much money xQc has: “It doesn’t even seem real”

Matthew “Mizkif” Rinaudo talked about the surreal experience of being with fellow streamer Felix “xQc” Lengyel and his lack of money problems.

Mizkif talks about how much money xQc has: “It doesn’t even seem real”

We know that successful streamers make money, a lot of money. With more subscribers and more views, these characters can even buy neighborhoods, or become sport teams sponsors, or any other dream (if their altruistic hearts allow it). Among this group of people with a lot of money is Felix “xQc” Lengyel.

The experience of dealing with xQc and his money

During last weekend’s Twitch Con 2023, streamer Matthew “Mizkif” Rinaudo co-hosted the “Schooled” segment with Emily “Emiru”, featuring guest streamers such as Imane “Pokimane”, Dennis “PayMoneyWubby”, Connor “CDawgVA”, and of course xQc, who came in last minute.

This week, Mizkif had his Twitch stream where he talked about his experience at the event and led the conversation to talk about xQc. During his stream, Mizkif commented on how stressful and terrible his experience was. “You’re probably wondering about xQc and what happened to xQc?”, emphasizing the amount of money the streamer has.

During his stream, Mizkif told his viewers about his experiences with streamers and their different perceptions of money. From those who marry with just $25, to those who bet $100,000. However, with the Canadian it’s something completely different: “Seeing xQc and how the man gambles is the most mind... does not even seem real.

It’s like playing GTA watching this guy just f*ck around,” the streamer continued, commenting that xQc pulls $100,000 like it was a $1 bill. “It is also insane to watch the lack of f*ck this guy gives when he has $100k, it’s like, yeah, it’s whatever.” Mizkif also mentioned that he compared xQc to Trump’s son, and some random lady believed him.

Recently, xQc moved from Twitch to the new streaming platform Kick with a hefty contract. But even though the new platform is more lax on streaming rules, the streamer received his first warning just 5 days later.