Félix “xQc” Lengyel is having a blast playing Fortnite: Battle Royale. He started testing the game a week ago and has since then ranked to Division Six in Arena and played with big streamers like Turner “Tfue” Tenney live.
XQc seems to have immersed himself in Fortnite and its community so much that he’s blending his explosive personality with other streamers’ mannerisms, such as the intense way Tyler “Ninja” Blevins used to behave before becoming the face of Twitch.
And xQc has accepted that comparison with Ninja so well that he’s decided to dance the Pon Pon during his livestream last night.
Ninja always dances to the Pon Pon on his livestream when he’s taking a short break from Fortnite matches. He doesn’t mimic the singer like xQc tried to, but the Pon Pon dance has become synonymous with Ninja’s stream since he started doing it.
This is just a new comparison fans can make between the two streamers. Before Ninja rose to the astronomical popularity he has today, he rarely controlled his negative reactions towards his matches and opponents, much like xQc does today. Since Ninja decided to make his stream family-friendly, some of his fans have begged for him to become “old Ninja” again and show his feelings on stream with no restrictions, even if he wanted to flame or insult others.
He now does this during his “after dark” streams, but these fans might have more luck finding a similar behavior with xQc playing Fortnite from now on.