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Streamer Rage Quits And Uninstalls FIFA 22 After Getting Destroyed In Ultimate Team

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Streamer Rage Quits And Uninstalls FIFA 22 After Getting Destroyed In Ultimate Team

Popular streamer xQC has made the headlines after rage quitting and uninstalling FIFA 22 after losing heavily on Ultimate Team.

The Canadian gamer was on the receiving end of an 8-2 loss during a Twitch stream on 25th September; his first foray into the FUT game mode.

He'd played for around two hours at this point but this final match, where he was 6-0 down at half-time, appeared to push him over the edge. You can see him play in the below YouTube clip.

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"I'm gonna say it- soccer is one of the most dogs**t sports to ever exist," he said, as quoted by Dexerto.com.

"I said it, get mad. Keep malding and I want to make sure people understand: it is not 'football', it's soccer."

Following the full-time whistle, xQC, who has the sixth-highest number of followers on Twitch, estimated to be around 9.3 million, shut the game down and completely uninstalled the game from his computer.

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In comparison to some other FIFA rages, the 25-year-old's response was quite tame.

Monitors and controls, as well as household items and ornaments, have been known to be smashed as players experience the thrills and spills of the game.

Expect to see plenty more of these on Friday, when FIFA 22 is finally released worldwide.

Topics: FIFA, FIFA 22, Ultimate Team

James Aldred
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