Streamers Who Absolutely Failed At Everyday Life

Streamers Who Absolutely Failed At Everyday Life

Electricity is an essential utility for streaming, even ahead of a stable Wi-Fi connection. Everyone has those moments when their attention wanders without returning though, and important tasks like paying the bills can slip to the wayside — especially when someone is under the impression that payments are set up to take care of themselves automatically.



That is exactly what happened to Félix "xQc" Lengyel. A former member of the Dallas Fuel Overwatch team, xQc now streams a variety of games that strike his fancy, including Minecraft, Grand Theft Auto 5, Among Us, and Fortnite. But on March 31, 2021, xQc's stream abruptly went dark. 


xQc has enjoyed tremendous success as a streamer and is a millionaire, so what happened with the electric bill? Well, xQc took to Twitter to explain the situation, with an all-capped tweet stating, "Autopay was on, but my credit card limit is the same I had when I was 12, so sometimes it's empty and payment can't go through. Just Canadian bank stuff, move along." 


Fellow streamer Adept, xQc's partner and housemate, corroborated the story, expressing regret that their streams were cut short.



















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