QTCinderella signed to Misfits

Just days after leaving TSM, QTCinderella announces that she has signed with Misfits Gaming Group as their newest content creator.


Drawing Streamer and YouTuber QTCinderella has officially signed with esports and entertainment team Misfits. The news came just days after she announced her departure from TSM, where she was signed as one of its content creators.


Founded in 2016, Misfits Gaming Group, or Misfits for short, is an organization of professional esports players who compete in Overwatch, Call of Duty, League of Legends, and Fortnite. It also has a diverse roster of creators posting content, such as Minecrafters Tubbo and Ranboo, and chess grandmaster and former TSM member Hikaru.

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On November 3, Misfits launched a $20 million Misfits Creator Fund to provide its creators, including future signees, with the resources and infrastructure to complete their projects. Along with this was the official announcement that QTCinderella had joined the company. Misfits also tweeted a video, filmed in a bakery, to officially welcome their newest member. QTCinderella also reacted to the video on her feed.

In a statement on the Misfits website, QTCinderella said that the Misfits Creator Fund will help Twitch creators and streamers like herself to provide them with tools and a team to execute interesting projects. The streamer said a few days ago that she wanted to join a team that would support her after TSM allegedly did not support her projects and content ideas. But despite her experience with her previous organization, QTCinderella wished the people there the best and that she would still be cheering for the team at esports tournaments.

Fans and friends congratulated QTCinderella on her new venture. Misfits VP of communications Becca Henry said in a response that she’s excited to see the streamer harness her creative energy to make fun events and activities. Considering that QTCinderella has already created successful streaming events like Girl’s Trip and the 2022 Streamer Awards, fans could expect bigger and better versions of them with the help of the Misfits Creator Fund. She could also do more with her bakeries, like when she opened her own cookie truck for a day.

Likewise, QTCinderella is a great choice for Misfits, as she has emerged as one of the top female streamers on Twitch. He currently has over 803,000 followers on Twitch with an average viewership of nearly 25,000. Her YouTube channel also boasts over 382,000 subscribers who watch her fun and hilarious vlogs and clips from the various Twitch events she has hosted. These numbers are expected to increase further in the future, hopefully with the help of Misfits.

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