Félix Lengyel was born on November 12, 1995. He is known as xQc or xQcOW, is a former professional Overwatch player and Twitch streamer from Canada. Lengyel spent part of the inaugural season with the Dallas Fuel in the Overwatch League before being fired due to recurrent controversies and suspensions. In 2017, 2018, and 2019, xQc represented Team Canada in the Overwatch World Cup. xQc now works full-time as a variety streamer for Luminosity Gaming, a Canadian esports organization, on Twitch.
xQc on Twitch
After the Legion’s 2020 Contenders season was postponed, Lengyel decided to continue streaming full-time on Twitch. He streams for an average of 9 hours each day and often attracts over 60,000 viewers. He is reaching ten million followers on twitter and crossed the 9 million followers mark. xQc was the most watched Twitch streamer in October 2019 and the 29th most followed.
xQc started streaming chess towards the end of March 2020. Hikaru Nakamura, a fellow streamer and Grandmaster, came on his stream on April 2 to teach him how to play chess.
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In the months that followed, Lengyel would incorporate chess games into the majority of his streams in an attempt to enhance his Chess.com rating. [requires citation] Chess.com announced the first of the PogChamps events on May 25, in which 16 streamers would play in a chess competition for a $50,000 prize pool.
After losing every game in the Group Stage, Lengyel advanced to the consolation bracket, where he defeated fellow streamer Fuslie in the quarterfinals. Ludwig Ahgren defeated him in the semifinals.
xQc is quite popular on twitter and has been followed by more than 1 million people. He joined twitter in 2016 and tweets frequently but not regularly. He can be reached at @xQc.
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DatZit Gaming is a company that specializes in video games. Lengyel started his Overwatch career as the main tank for DatZit Gaming, a semi-professional esports team headquartered in Montreal, Canada. Lengyel and his team won the Dreamhack Montreal 2016 Overwatch event on August 13, 2016.
Lengyel continued his career as a main tank for the Overwatch team “Q?” on October 12, 2016, which was eventually taken up by Denial eSports.
Denial, according to Lengyel, owes $2,900 to its gamers after allegedly failing to pay them.
After Denial eSports disbanded, Lengyel and the rest of the team formed a new team called “YIKES!” which was later renamed “Arc 6” after Blizzard requested it because the logo could not be used and the name was deemed unmarketable.
They competed in Season Zero of Overwatch Contenders after qualifying, but were eliminated in the group stage. Arc 6 competed in their most recent event, the Beat Invitational: Season 2 tournament, and came in third place after defeating FNRGFE but losing to Rogue. In Between he played many games.
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Overwatch World Cup
Lengyel also competed in the 2017 Overwatch World Cup for Team Canada. They qualified for the World Cup with a 3-0 win over the Netherlands. The squad advanced all the way to the tournament finals before losing to the defending winners, South Korea.  Lengyel was voted the most valuable player of the tournament.
xQc was a major tank on Team Canada’s starting lineup for the 2018 Overwatch World Cup. Team Canada confirmed in July 2019 that xQc would return as the team’s starting main tank for the 2019 Overwatch World Cup.
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