E3 2021: xQc's wicked troll had fans spamming "WaterBuffalo" during Far Cry 6 announcement

xQc causes havoc yet again (Image via xQc Twitch)
xQc causes havoc yet again (Image via xQc Twitch)

Ubisoft took the lead at E3 Direct in 2021 by unveiling Avatar: Frontier of Pandora, but Félix xQc Lengyel stole the show for his antics during the Far Cry 6 slot.

The Canadian streamer is undoubtedly one of the most notorious streamers on Twitch. He has a huge following which is corroborated by his viewership records.

However, he fails to draw the line sometimes, which is exactly what happened during Ubisoft Forward.

The Canadian streamer is a huge fan of industrial trade fairs and gaming conventions and often streams these events to have a closer relationship with his ardent followers.

This is exactly what happened when Ubisoft revealed intricate details into their Far Cry 6 Battle Pass and surprised the world by giving a glimpse of the new Avatar title.

The convention got a but monotonous, but xQc being the scandalous streamer that he is, took matters into his own hands and found a way to entertain his audience.

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Navid Khavari, the Narrative Creative Director for Far Cry 6 appeared on the screen for a round of Q&A with the viewers. The Overwatch pro launched an unexpected chat spam after posting "!WaterBuffalo."

This was enough to send his fans into a state of frenzy, as thousands of viewers spammed the chat using the same phrase.

A clip of the same has already gone viral, managing to grab over 42,000 views and is only climbing ranks.

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xQc is a behemoth on the Amazon-owned streaming platform and it doesn't take more than a few seconds to gain traction, implying that occurrences like these have become fairly regular.

What's next for xQc?

The variety streamer received a permanent ban from the NoPixel GTA RP server after landing in turbulent waters on several occasions.

The reason behind his ban was his erratic behavior and a rocky relationship with other roleplayers.

(Image via Sportskeeda)
(Image via Sportskeeda)

It's safe to assume that what happened to him was more or less a repeat of what went down with OfflineTV's Rust server.

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Since his permanent ban, xQc has been streaming Valorant and has also joined a public GTA RP server. The rules aren't as strict as NoPixel, ensuring that the he won't get banned again.

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Edited by Gautham Balaji
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