The renowned Twitch streamer Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel has recently disclosed the astronomical amount of money he has been wagering on gambling streams, revealing that it’s already in the billions.
xQc made headlines in June after securing a deal with Kick that was reported to be worth more than $100 million. His immense wealth has been a subject of interest lately, especially after returning from TwitchCon in Las Vegas, where he enjoyed a VIP lifestyle with access to seven different hotels and luxury amenities.
The streamer has shifted his focus to online gambling, regularly participating in various casino games on Stake, which is owned by Bijan Tehrani and Ed Craven, the same co-owners of Kick. However, the key difference in xQc’s gambling involvement in 2023 compared to previous years is the staggering wager amount.
A recent tweet by streamer iqkev pointed out that xQc was previously streaming $40 casino spins, but he has now escalated it to a jaw-dropping $50,000 for each spin. As a result, xQc has wagered a mind-boggling $2,655,921,982 on Stake, an increase of over $1.1 billion since he last disclosed his stats on September 20.
Despite some substantial wins, xQc also announced significant losses, revealing that he was down $15 million in November alone. This revelation has left many fans puzzled about how xQc can manage to wager such exorbitant amounts of money.
Concerns have also been raised by fans about the legitimacy of the money xQc is wagering, with some speculating that it could be “fake money” as part of his deal with the gambling site. In response, xQc clarified that he has two separate deals, one with Kick and another with Stake, both of which are independent of each other.
Based on xQc’s statements, his deal with Stake alone could be valued at approximately $150-175 million, while the combined worth of his deals with Kick and Stake could reach up to $275 million. Despite his massive gambling expenditure, it is important to recognize xQc’s association with Stake in a deal that likely involves millions of dollars.