In the final match of the FIFA World Cup between France and Argentina, Twitch streamer xQc lost a whopping half a million dollars in bets.

Popular Twitch streamer xQc lost a bet worth half a million dollars on the FIFA World Cup final between France and Argentina. For those who don’t know, xQc, real name Félix Lengyel, is a Canadian Twitch streamer and former professional Overwatch player. He is one of the most popular streamers on Twitch, with over 11 million followers, and is known for his high skill level in Overwatch and entertaining personality.

xQc is no stranger to gambling, and recently while answering a fan’s comment, he admitted that he loves gambling and always finds a way to gamble in almost every game he plays. He even went on to mention a few games by name, including Grand Theft Auto 5 and Gambling Simulator. xQc also said that he has a very addictive personality, and because of this, he’s addicted to everything he does.

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The FIFA World Cup 2022 finale was held on 18 December, with France and Argentina going head to head. Twitch streamer xQc was super confident that France would emerge victorious, and he tweeted accordingly, mentioning that he’d placed a $500,000 bet on France to win a total of $1,425,000. In the first half of the match, Argentina scored 2 goals, putting xQc’s plans in jeopardy. At this point, xQc decided to cash out, but this turned out to be a mistake as the match ended in a tie, with both teams scoring 3 goals each.

If xQc had waited till the end of the match and cashed out just before the penalty shootout, he could have saved all of his money. This just goes to show that even people who seem to have it all together can make foolish mistakes, especially when it comes to gambling. This isn’t the first time that gambling has cost xQc a large sum of money as only a few months ago, it was reported that an error on a gambling site resulted in xQc losing nearly $1 million.

xQc is self-aware of the fact that gambling may not be the healthiest activity for him, but he doesn’t seem to have any plans of changing his habits. Gambling content on Twitch has been a controversial topic for years, with many viewers and streamers seeing it as problematic. Recently, Twitch announced that it will be banning gambling streams on its platform. This decision comes after a lot of discussion and debate about the issue, and it seems that Twitch has finally come to a decision that gambling content is not in line with its values.

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