xQc on Twitch TV meta: Critics are intolerant of the current Twitch meta drama and would likely approve of a DMCA strike against any reaction streamer liable for broadcasting copyrighted content. This doesn’t scare nor does it reduce the amount by which the Twitch sensation, xQc broadcasts anime, and MasterChef live on stream. By now, he has clarified his take on TV meta and is in no mood to stop watching them. Let’sKnow why he is planning to double down on watching TV shows amidst DMCA strikes?
With the recent verbal altercations regarding this drama, xQc has repeatedly stood up to defend the meta and has mocked the DMCA policy. Although streamers like Pokimane have faced a ban for breaching the DMCA law, xQc hasn’t been yet held accountable for streaming anime or cooking shows. Moreover, his live streams of reaction contents have increased twofold with its rise in popularity among fans. “I’m not going to stop,” he said. “What is the problem? We’re gonna keep watching MasterChef, definitely gonna keep watching Hunter x Hunter. That’s the plan.”
xQc on Twitch TV meta: Know why he is planning to double down on watching TV shows amidst DMCA strikes?
The French-Canadian provided a detailed view on this topic. “What are people expecting, crackdowns?” he laughed.“Really, are these guys okay? Brother, people have been watching full seasons of Master Chef, and they’re saying it’s okay. How are people going to point the finger at me, and blame, claiming they’re holier than thou, when they’re doing the same thing, if not worse, on their streams? I’m so confused”, he said.
“There are other people watching YouTube. Hasan watches news, that’s really poking the bear at full throttle. These takes aren’t bad, but the hypocrisy is insane. People have been doing all this DMCA sh*t for the longest time ever, watching shows included. I don’t think it’s an issue,” xQc said. “They enforce stuff based on how likely it is to blow up and then Twitch has to ban you. TV shows don’t really have that. It’s why boxing is, like, extremely DMCA, so it’s insane.”
xQc added, “What I stream is something people want. If people want to watch it, they’ll watch. That’s it! How is it bad if it’s something people want, and people are getting?” Time and again xQc speaks his mind aloud. Some are of the view that unless Twitch steps in this entire drama are not settling down any time soon.