- xQc's YouTube channel was terminated on November 25 due to multiple copyright infringement claims.
- The channel had 2.3 million subscribers and consistently garnered 20-30 million views per month.
- YouTube follows a three-strike system for copyright claims, and xQc's channel already had two strikes before the termination.
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