xQc quits gambling Twitch streams
There have been plenty of calls from fans, and other creators, for him to stop promoting the gambling sites and find something else. Well, it seems as if he’ll be doing so moving forward.
During the start of his June 28 stream, the Canadian revealed that he would be stopping his gambling streams as he’s become slightly addicted and made some missteps in the process.
xQc stated “This is going to be a really bad take, but I genuinely believe gamba is content,” he said, noting that he’d promised his fans a stream for quite some time but there are “bad things” that come with it.
“I genuinely feel like I’m slightly, if not moderately, addicted, and it’s really bad,” he added. “I hope that anybody who started gamba is going to quit, and I’m sorry for hardcore exposing it to people.”
xQc also said that he got nearly 2000 people to use his referral code with 600 of those being first time depositors.
After so many streamers have come against gambling streams and with the European Unions laws against streaming we have to believe that Twitch will be forced to crack down. Let us know in the comments below what you think.