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xQc hits back at MatPat for “lying” and criticizing Twitch streamers

Streamer xQc responded to MatPat after the YouTuber criticized Twitch and its creators in his latest episode of Game Theory.

Matthew ‘MatPat’ Patrick tasked Twitch with a February 2022 episode of Game Theory when he told the Amazon-owned platform and its streamers like Pokimane to “grow up”. The YouTuber argued that the site’s response meta and the way it handled DMCA claims were “irresponsible.”

Famous streamer Felix’xQc‘Lengyel reacted to the video essay during his live broadcast and called on the theorist for spreading “misinformation” and “lies”. The former Overwatch expert called the 32-year-old’s entry to Twitch a “disaster” due to a lack of research.

Screenshot of xQc streamer reacting to Game Theory episode on Twitch.
Twitch: xQcOW / YouTube: The Game Theoists

A popular streamer was having issues with an episode of Game Theory on Twitch.

xQc revisits MatPat’s Game Theory on Twitch

For his latest Game theoryMatPat urges Twitch not to curate its content like YouTube does. The theorist suggested that the infamous hot tubs and reactive metas were the result of streamers being desperate to fulfill their contracts, which left them streaming for a crazy amount of time. crazy. According to xQc, this is incorrect.

“That’s not even true,” he said. “The Twitch Partner Agreement does not have any requirements for business hours. Twitch partners or affiliate programs do NOT have any stream required. What do you talking about? ”

The Twitch star also took issue with MatPat using Imane ‘Pokimane’ Anys and Hasan ‘HasanAbi’ Piker as an example belong to banned channel for copyright infringement. “Master Chef NEVER has a DMCA. You can still watch it. No one has a DMCA’d for any of them. The DMCA Hasan received is forged. It really is fake,” he said. “Disguised toast is not prohibited. That’s not right. He was not banned, not even suspended. He was given a two-day suspension for a direct DMCA violation. This is not really true. I am not slandering, correcting misinformation and literal lies are not malice.”

When the Game Theory host argued that Twitch needed to find its creators just like YouTube, Lengyel exclaimed, “That’s great, Youtuber. STAY F**K. What a simple king fu** comparison. I don’t want to badmouth him, the only problem is that, for a guy whose content is all about game theory and research, the lack of research in so many of these Twitch examples is a huge disaster. Quick research could have disproved more than half of his examples or the claims he made. “

The Twitch star told viewers he feels many YouTubers have a skewed view of the Amazon-owned platform. “I think a lot of YouTubers whenever they use a broadcast on Twitch, they are showing their own survival instincts on YouTube with their own content,” he said. “Because with YouTube, if you don’t make enough videos, you can fall off and disappear. They are always on the lookout for disappearing and losing viewers. I don’t have any survival instincts. I watch TV shows because I want to, not because I need to.”

Lengyel also took issue with MatPat saying that Twitch should pay for TV show licenses to streamers to watch.” “They had that, it was Amazon Prime. It is not very subtle. It’s not worldwide. It shows the future and we will get there. MatPat doesn’t understand we’ve got this and it sucks! In certain areas, it is blocked and alienates some of your live viewers. “

Despite xQc having major problems with the episode, he still calls it a “good” watch and tells fans he doesn’t want to be too harsh on the famous theorist, even though he believes that most of the arguments wrong the streaming platform.

https://www.dexerto.com/entertainment/xqc-hits-back-at-matpat-over-lies-and-criticism-of-twitch-streamers-1762802/ xQc hits back at MatPat for “lying” and criticizing Twitch streamers

Emma Bowman

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