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Myth does perfect xQc impression while casting Valorant

Myth has been casting a lot of Valorant lately, and it’s been great. But he made it even better when he absolutely nailed an impression of xQc in the middle of a cast.
Myth does perfect xQc impression while casting Valorant

Ali “Myth” Kabbani is one of the best streamers on the scene. Not only is he good at games, but he is wholesome, entertaining, and hilarious too. It’s probably the reason why he has millions of followers on social media.


Myth does xQc impression

In his latest stream, he pulled off a perfect impression of Felix “xQc” Lengyel while casting The Pittsburgh Knights Invitational Gauntlet Series, a Valorant tournament featuring some of the best teams in the world.

 â€œCan I pass as xQc?” said Myth, in response to someone on Twitch chat. He paused for a moment to collect his thoughts before slipping into character and transforming into xQc.



“Okay dude,” he said, in a voice that matched the pitch and speed of xQc. “Who have we got here? Full buys all around besides Scout.” The impression was so perfect, it was even hard to understand at times, no different to when xQc speaks too fast.

Myth continued to cast the game in xQc’s voice for about a minute, hardly breaking character. But his impression became even more hilarious when Cloud9 player Tyson “Tenz” popped off in a team fight. “He’s absolutely dominating him,” yelled Myth. “It’s pure domination coming out of TenZ. But he has the bomb. This is insane!”

The resemblance was uncanny, complete with stutters and pauses at all the right times. Of course, it’s not the first time Myth has done an xQc impression. It’s something he’s done many times before.




Myth has even impersonated xQc when he was on the same team. In the old footage, Myth says, "Chat listen, dude. I'm xQc's conscience, dude. I've been trying to talk to you guys for a while. I'm suffering inside, dude. Help me out! Please!" 




xQc didn’t look and sound too thrilled, but it didn’t seem like he was offended either.

However, it seems like he doesn’t mind all that much. If anything, it looks like he might even approve based on his reaction when it happened another time.

It’s nice to see streamers poke a bit of fun at each other, and it’s even better when they’re good sports about it. Unfortunately, the tournament Myth was casting has come to end, which means he might have hung up his casting shoes for a little while. But at least we’ll be able to see him in action more often again.