Streamer xQc Loses Nearly $2 Million To Online Casinos, Admits Gambling Addiction

Popular streamer xQc recently revealed that he lost nearly $2 million while at online casinos during a podcast with fellow content creator, Pokimane. It comes just days after xQc admitted to having a serious gambling addiction.

The content creator told the podcast that he not only plays in online casinos but also in competitive online games. Pokimane asked the question “would you have as much fun playing if you did it offline as online?” to which xQc replied “yeah I’m addicted. I lost $1.85 million this month.”

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Pokimane pointed out that xQc might negatively impact its viewers when it self-streams while playing, which it can frequently do. The content creator agreed, but noted that he no longer takes referrals from online casinos.

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“Every game I play, all I do is play,” xQc previously admitted. “GTA, I bet. Gambling Simulator, I do all the gaming. Everywhere I go, I just gamble.” I have one of the biggest, most incredibly addictive personalities you’ll find. I’m addicted to everything I do.

While the streamer has often warned his viewers not to follow his lead, xQc seems unwilling or unable to control his game. stop playing because he had more than enough money to afford possible losses.

“I’m just easily addicted so I shouldn’t play,” xQc remarked. “I still do. Is it good? No, it’s terrible. It’s a disease. It’s sick. I am sick. But you know what, I can afford to be sick. I’m lucky.”

The streamer has over 10 million subscribers and is currently one of the highest paid content creators on Twitch. According to a leak late last year, xQc was the second highest paid person on the platform at nearly $8.5 million a year.

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