'Signing with Kick': xQc accidentally leaks ChatGPT history
Felix 'xQc' Lengyel, a famous Twitch streamer, mistakenly released his ChatGPT history, in which he appeared to inquire the AI about shifting to Kick. With a 95/5 subscription income split and efforts to attract some of the best streaming talent, Kick has distinguished itself as a genuine competitor to Amazon's Twitch.
Legends like Dr Disrespect are reportedly joining the platform, and Adin Ross and Trainwreck have already started broadcasting on it. Future announcements are also anticipated to include some ‘mega superstars’.
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‘Wasn’t even at the computer’
On May 10, xQc opened ChatGPT and displayed a chat in which he solicited advice from the AI over switching from Twitch to the competing site. “I am the top Twitch streamer in the world, and I recently joined Kick,” the French Canadian had asked the AI. "What is the best way for me to announce my new contract to my viewers?"
Lengyel apparently inquired about gambling and how xQc would be gambling on Kick after ChatGPT gave him some suggestions, pointing out that there was a lot of controversy when he gambled on Twitch.
However, because his account is shared, xQc has denied creating the prompts, saying that he "wasn't even at the computer" and that he was the victim of a joke. “What in the f**k? Okay, guy, that's just a troll,” he said.
Will xQc move to Kick?
Uncertainty surrounds whether xQc will stream on Kick, but it will unquestionably be a big event if he does. There is yet no evidence that he has joined the competing streaming service, though.