Where is XQC Playing? – His Favorite Games and Websites

Felix Lengyel, better known as xQc is among the most popular streamers in the industry and the most-watched streamer for 2020 and 2021. The Canadian features over 11.8 million followers on Twitch, with 39,373 average viewers on his live broadcasts. Overwatch fans may also know him from his professional career in Overwatch tournaments and his past as a slot streamer on Twitch.

You can catch him streaming about various games and topics on his Twitch channel. He likes to try out new titles every once in a while, but he mostly stays on the most-played ones. Below, we will reveal and describe xQc’s most-streamed games and topics and tell you what websites he used.

Overwatch

As a former professional Overwatch player, it feels only natural that xQc will spend a good portion of his time playing this game. In fact, he spends most of his total streaming time on it, with 4,892 hours of live broadcast. 

He even features the most viewers on the Overwatch streams with a maximum of 312,158 viewers so far. Despite his incredible skills in the game, we must also point out that the average viewers are much lower when compared to the other streaming topics. 

Yet, this seems reasonable, as he’s been streaming about this game since his beginnings in 2016. This means that at that time, xQc didn’t have a lot of viewers on his streams. And those numbers are taken into the average equation.

We must also point out that xQc’s last Overwatch stream was on the 13th of July 2022. During one of his Just Chatting streams, he explained that he stopped broadcasting about it because he got bored.

Another reason that he pointed out was that he didn’t like how other players began seeking his attention. The players were doing this every time they figured out that xQc was streaming the gameplay with them in it.

Just Chatting 

Next up, we have the Just Chatting category, which is xQc second most streamed topic on Twitched. So far, he spent 4,208 hours on it with an average viewership of 47,938.

You should also know that at the moment his maximum number of viewers on this topic is 278,176. For xQc, Just Chatting is a regular broadcast, where you can catch him streaming every day or every other day.

During these streams, xQc talks about all kinds of things from gaming and the streaming industry all the way to some personal topics. You can also watch his comment on funny videos and communicate with his fans. 

Sometimes he would even talk with other popular streamers and influencers during a live broadcast. However, comments and discussions about games are his main focus during his Just Chatting streams.

Many fans enjoy these live broadcasts thanks to xQc’s funny and energetic persona. His Just Chatting streaming content is so good that it brought him an award at the 12th Streamy Awards 2022.

GTA 5

Grand Theft Auto 5 is xQc’s third most-streamed category, with over 2,000 hours spent on the live broadcasts. With 78,955 average viewers, these streams are among his most-watched topics on Twitch. So far, he gained 175,453 maximum viewers on the GTA 5 broadcasts.

However, his last stream about the game was on the 15th of February 2023 and it seems like he won’t do it again. In a recent Just Chatting stream, xQc confirms his departure from GTA noting that he achieved his character’s goals.

He was an absolute menace and always crime oriented in the game, which provided a lot of fun for the viewers. In the end, xQc decided to conclude his character’s story with a casino heist.

With his GTA 5 streams, xQc wanted to create a hub where people would RP around and enjoy their time. But, after a while, he felt like its time to end it and put his focus on some new content.

Minecraft

Fourth on xQc’s list of most-streamed games is Minecraft, which he dominates in terms of gaming style and skills. Since his first stream from May 19, 2017, up until today, he broadcasted a total of 1,139 hours about Minecraft.

On this streaming topic, xQc features a maximum viewership of around 146,000 and 53,375 average viewers. He is still pretty active when it comes to Minecraft streams, where he broadcasts about it almost every day. 

And we must also mention that these streams are rarely below 5 hours. In fact, in the past few months, xQc conducted a Minecraft stream that went for at least 14 hours.

We must also mention that xQc broke the Minecraft speedrun record, just a few days into 2023. He spent nearly two years training for this achievement, which he’s done in just 20 minutes and 5 seconds. 

But, Forsen, the previous record holder, once again took the top spot with a time of 18 minutes and 10 seconds. However, xQc didn’t give up the record easily. On May 6th 2023, he completed the speedrun in 16 minutes and 38 seconds, setting up the bar pretty high. 

CS:GO

Last but not least, we have the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive streams. xQc is broadcasting about this game since July 10th 2017 and has managed to get 383 hours of content. The streams are supper entertaining which is why he features over 127,000 total viewers.

On average, 30,917 viewers are watching his CS:GO streams. xQc tend to go on and off when it comes to playing this game. But, in recent months, he managed to increase his numbers by streaming about it for a few weeks straight.

However, we must mention that these live broadcasts are usually not that long. They mostly take between one and two hours, sometimes even less.

Although he is pretty good at CS:GO, many fans believe he is worse than playing Overwatch. This makes sense as xQc used to be a professional Overwatch player. He even posted a tweet where he states that both games are different types of games that require different set of skills.

Now that he doesn’t play or stream about Overwatch it seems like he puts focus on a more challenging game like CS:GO.