xQc Height, Age, Girlfriend, Family, Bio and More


xQc (aka xQcOW) is a popular Canadian Twitch streamer, YouTuber, and professional Overwatch gamer.

Wiki / Bio

xQc was born Felix Lengyel on Sunday, November 12, 1995 (age 25; as of 2020), and hails from Laval in Quebec, Canada.

Physical appearance

Height (approx.): 6 ′ 2 ″

Hair color: blond

Eye color: Black


Family and ethnicity

His brother’s name is Nicolas Lengyel.

xQc's brother, Nicolas Lengyel

xQc’s brother, Nicolas Lengyel

xQc with his mother

xQc with his mother



In 2016, xQc began his playing career for Overwatch. Overwatch (2016) is a Team Multiplayer First-person Perspective video game developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment. At DatZit Gaming, a Montreal-based semi-professional esports organization, xQc played as the “main tank.” On August 13, 2016, DatZit Gaming won the Overwatch Dreamhack Montreal 2016 tournament.

Lengyel and his team at the Overwatch Dreamhack Montreal 2016 tournament

Lengyel and his team at the Overwatch Dreamhack Montreal 2016 tournament

In October 2016, he switched to another esports organization called Denial eSports, where he continued to play as the “main tank.” After Denial eSports disbanded, xQc, along with his other teammates, started playing under the name ‘YIKES!’. Later, the team name ‘Ouch!’ it was renamed ‘Arc 6’ after Blizzard Entertainment suggested it was not marketable. Later, ‘Arc 6’ participated in Season Zero of Overwatch Contenders, but was eventually eliminated in the group stage. On July 9, 2017, ‘Arc 6’ secured third place in their latest tournament, the Beat Invitational: Season 2. In October 2017, Lengyel joined the Overwatch League franchise ‘Dallas Fuel’ as the ninth player. on your list. At the 2018 Overwatch World Cup, Lengyel played as the “main tank” for Team Canada. He earned the MVP title during the 2017 Overwatch World Cup. In 2019, he joined the Gladiators Legion, the Los Angeles Gladiators academy team that competes in the Overwatch Contenders, as a substitute main tank.

As a Twitch streamer

xQc is a variety of Twitch streamers that stream numerous games including Overwatch, Minecraft, and Grand Theft Auto V. Aside from gaming, he broadcasts live on ‘Just Chatting’ in which he often reacts to other streamers, vlogs himself on events or document your daily life. Screen recordings of his live broadcasts also appear on his YouTube channel. On average, it broadcasts for 9 hours every day and has a viewer count that exceeds 60,000 per day. In October 2019, it became one of the most viewed Twitch streams, with over 35,000 monthly subscribers on average. In late 2020, he began broadcasting chess. In his broadcast on October 1, 2020, Lengyel announced that he had signed with ‘Luminosity Gaming’ as a content creator.


  • On November 17, 2017, Lengyel’s account was suspended mid-game in a competitive Overwatch game for violating Blizzard’s Terms of Use. His account was suspended for 72 hours for “misuse of the reporting system.” Apparently Lengyel had denounced the players for invalid reasons. [1]KOTAKU jQuery (‘# footnote_plugin_tooltip_67743_6_1’). tooltip ({tip: ‘# footnote_plugin_tooltip_text_67743_6_1’, tipClass: ‘footnote_tooltip’, effect: ‘fade’, predelay: 0, fadeInSpeed: 200 right ‘, relative: true, offset: [0, 0],});
  • In December 2017, Blizzard suspended him for seven days for intentionally losing a game in Overwatch’s Competitive Play mode. Later, xQc uploaded a YouTube video titled “Suspended: My Apology” on his channel to publicly apologize for his behavior. [2]Youtube jQuery (‘# footnote_plugin_tooltip_67743_6_2’). tooltip ({tip: ‘# footnote_plugin_tooltip_text_67743_6_2’, tipClass: ‘footnote_tooltip’, effect: ‘fade’, predelay: 0, fadeOutSpeedpeed: top right ‘, relative: true, offset: [0, 0],});
  • For violating the abusive chat policy, xQc received a 15-day suspension on August 11, 2018. He was repeatedly reported by teammates for the violation. Although Overwatch World Cup issued an official warning for the suspension, he was allowed to play. Later in the same year, xQc was permanently banned from League of Legends for being extremely inflammatory and offensive. [3]Dot Sports jQuery (‘# footnote_plugin_tooltip_67743_6_3’). tooltip ({tip: ‘# footnote_plugin_tooltip_text_67743_6_3’, tipClass: ‘footnote_tooltip’, effect: ‘fade’, predelay: 0, fadeOutSpeedpeed, top right ‘, relative: true, offset: [0, 0],});
  • In 2017, Lengyel was suspended by the League for a couple of games and fined $ 2,000 due to homophobic comments he made against rival player, Austin “Muma” Wilmot. Lengyel later apologized for the comment, writing: [4]BBC news jQuery (‘# footnote_plugin_tooltip_67743_6_4’). tooltip ({tip: ‘# footnote_plugin_tooltip_text_67743_6_4’, tipClass: ‘footnote_tooltip’, effect: ‘fade’, predelay: 0, fadeOutSpeedpeed: top right ‘, relative: true, offset: [0, 0],});

    I didn’t say what I said in the broadcast with malicious intentions, I legitimately didn’t calculate everything before … I hope I can turn this into something good, sorry.

  • On July 31, 2019, xQc was banned for 72 hours from streaming porn on Twitch. Although the video was not exactly graphic pornography. However, it was a popular YouTube video called “Safe For Work Porn”. The video featured porn scenes, projected in such a way that they appeared innocent. xQc claimed it was just an act of humor. [5]COG connected jQuery (‘# footnote_plugin_tooltip_67743_6_5’). tooltip ({tip: ‘# footnote_plugin_tooltip_text_67743_6_5’, tipClass: ‘footnote_tooltip’, effect: ‘fade’, predelay: 0, fadeOutSpeedpeed, top right ‘, relative: true, offset: [0, 0],});
  • In February 2020, xQc was banned from Twitch for 3 days for displaying nudity while playing the game ‘Connect Four’. Reportedly, while streaming live on Twitch, an AI appeared on screen as a completely naked woman. [6]Dot Sports jQuery (‘# footnote_plugin_tooltip_67743_6_6’). tooltip ({tip: ‘# footnote_plugin_tooltip_text_67743_6_6’, tipClass: ‘footnote_tooltip’, effect: ‘fade’, predelay: 0, fadeOutSpeedpeed: top right ‘, relative: true, offset: [0, 0],});
  • On June 12, 2020, xQc was banned from Twitch for one day for viewing “explicit content,” a video of two gorillas having sex. Thereafter, xQc posted a tweet claiming it was an accident.
    tweet by xQc

Facts / Trivia

  • xQc was nominated for the Esports Award in 2018 and 2020 in the Streamer of the Year category. In 2020, he was also nominated for the Canadian Game Award.
  • Hailing from Laval in Quebec, xQc knows the French language well.

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