xQc Net Worth: How Much Does The Twitch Streamer Earn?

xQc Net Worth: How Much Does The Twitch Streamer Earn?
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Emma Hill


4th Apr 2022 22:55

Felix "xQc" Lengyel is one of the most popular streamers on all of Twitch, and with an average viewership of 80,000 over the past three months, it's safe to say there's no sign of him slowing down soon. On numerous occasions, he has been crowned as the platform's most popular personality, and with his penchant for extremely long streams of up to 22 hours a day, it's easy to see why so many people end up tuning in to watch his antics. So if you are wondering about xQc's net worth, and how much he earns from his various sources of income, we've got you covered. 

What Is xQc's Net Worth?

xQc's net worth is estimated to be $9 million, according to Sportskeeda

As for xQc's total earnings, a 'leaked' Twitch payout record showed that the 26-year-old earned $752,467 in September 2021 alone, once again topping the charts and beating out the likes of Kaitlyn "Amouranth" Siragusa and Tyler "tyler1" Steinkamp.


How Does xQc Make His Money?

While a number of streamers try to improve their finances through a variety of different ventures, xQc's Twitch account brings in a great deal of money for the Twitch favourite. With over 87k subs on the Amazon-owned platform, xQc is currently the most subbed channel, which will certainly help him when generating income.

According to one leak, between August 2019 to October 2021, xQc earned $9.6 million through Twitch. That's not including the money he would have earned through advertisements, stream donations, or YouTube revenue. Through 2021, he was also the second highest paid streamer on Twitch. 

Does xQc Still Make Money Through Esports?

xQc made his name as an esports pro, beginning with DatZit Gaming before making his way to Dallas Fuel for the inaugural Overwatch League season in 2017. Although, he finds himself in hot water on occasions. For example, when playing for Dallas Fuel, xQc was suspended twice, having to pay a $2,000 fine and banned for six matches, he would part ways with the organisation in March 2018 to focus on streaming.

It looks as though xQc's esports career is over for now and that his main earnings are through his mind-blowing streaming career. Then again, he does return to Overwatch on numerous occasions during his livestreams and with Overwatch 2 on the way, it would be silly to rule out even the hint of a return to competitive play.

Emma Hill is a former Junior Journalist at GGRecon.

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