Gordon Ramsay replies to xQc on Twitter, asking for a lesson on Twitch
Trends on Twitch are constantly changing. While games are still the most popular thing to stream on the Amazon-owned platform, many streamers are trying to branch out and stream more diverse content.
One of them is xQc, who in the past few weeks has started a new trend: watching and reacting to MasterChef. The TV series debuted in 2010 and has since featured numerous celebrity chefs, with Gordon Ramsay being one of them (he’s also the show’s co-creator).
The trend is now slowly becoming a trend on Twitch, with streamers like Caedrel and Hasanabi also starting to watch the series live on their channels.
With more creators joining the new trend, a lot of people tried to get Ramsay and other judges’ attention on social media. Now, at last, the British chef has responded.
It didn’t take long for xQc to respond to Gordon’s words. The Canadian offered the chef a lesson in streaming, saying he would make him “America’s next master streamer”.
And it seems that some kind of collaboration is not entirely out of the question. Ramsay responds, fixing xQc. “The next level streamer,” he said.
However, Ramsay still has a lot to learn. On a recent cooking show, he said he didn’t know what Twitch was. “What the hell is Twitch?” he asked a contestant, who said that they stream on the platform for a living.
The Canadian streamer has made watching MasterChef a hugely popular trend on Twitch, with thousands following every time he watches home chefs try to impress Gordo. The channel “Watch xQc” on YouTube has also started uploading episodes of the streamer, attracting hundreds of thousands of views.
While this was just a brief Twitter exchange, it’s highly likely that Ramsay will be interested in Twitch, seeing how streaming is becoming increasingly popular, and especially thanks to the growing popularity of Twitch. MasterChef on this platform.
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