Ethan Klein made huge splash when he had re-joined Twitch on July 20. Not only did he criticize all streamer who gamble, but he also took a swipe at streamers who have done it, including xQc.
xQc hit back with some criticism of his own, calling him “shameless” for “throwing everybody under the bus.”
Now, he’s doubled down on his stance and taken it a little big further, calling the podcast “misinformation”, since he does believes Twitch gamblers aren’t really scamming anyone.
“I’m more against gambling than most people that are already against gambling,” he said.
”Gamba is dogsh*t. [But] if you argue against something… it has to be truthful and has to make sense. You have to do it right.
“Because if you don’t, and you [spread] misinformation, it makes everyone who does it or has done it [in the past] look even worse. Not all of them are terrible people. It makes everything look like a scammy racquet.”
His biggest gripe was that Klein claimed it was “impossible” for people to win big as often as they do on stream and were “rigging” the odds.
“I get that it doesn’t [always] look legitimate,” he added. “[But] you don’t understand that in some of these games you can buy the bonus to win that amount.”
“Is it really that unreasonable that you’d get a 10x win on a 50k bonus? No, it’s not. It’s extremely common. Gamba is trash, but people didn’t conduct voluntary scamming… [and] when they say that on their podcast… it makes everyone look terrible. That’s the main issue.”
Dexerto says “xQc claimed that he tried to get invited into their conversation, but accused them of ignoring him on purpose.
In response, Ethan reached out to him on Twitter and asked if he wants to chat about it on-stream during the next stream.
xQc hasn’t responded yet, but given how passionate he is about his view, most people think he’ll probably accept it.”
Dexerto says “xQc has always been a lone wolf in many ways. Generally, he likes to stream on his own rather than collaborating with other streamers. And when he does collaborate with them, it leads to drama more often than not. For example, he clashed with streamers like Pokelawls and Myth on the OfflineTV Rust server before quitting. Then, when he moved onto GTA RP, he got banned multiple times following clashes with other streamers like MOONMOON before moving on. Heck, he even rage-quit from a Monopoly game. But interestingly enough, butting heads with other streamers isn’t the reason why he’s now “done” with collaborations. It turns out that something else bothers him much
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