DrDisrespect Returns From Twitch Ban
DrDisrespect broke the silence from his Twitch ban and established his next home for streaming as YouTube. He did it in pure DrDisrespect fashion to the elation of fans around the world. He put up a backdrop animation on YouTube as a live stream and achieved over 300,000 viewers as he had 1980’s style pop music playing with occasional audio skits. Then at 5:30 PM Eastern Time on August 6th, DrDisrespect tweeted that he would be streaming on August 7th, 2020 on his YouTube channel. It read “Tomorrow, we arrive.”
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DrDisrespect 1st YouTube Stream Since Twitch Ban
This is the official first YouTube stream for DrDisrespect since his ban from Twitch. 30 minutes before the stream he had 275,000 viewers waiting. 10 minutes after the stream was intended to start, DrDisrespect trivia voiced over the background 80’s style pop music and his concurrent viewers reached over 300,000! Everyone waiting patiently for DrDisrespect to appear on stream. He’s levels above all other streamer’s in the entertainment and production category.
At 15 minutes past 5 pm DrDisrespect voiced over the background image with an interview skit. The interviewer claimed he was to speak to DrDisrespect on the phone briefly about his new streaming platform after being banned from Twitch. Then DrDisrespect answered the question “Why did you get banned from Twitch?” with, “I’m outta here,” and ended the interview. More music followed and over 330,000 fans continued to wait piling into the chat by the dozen.
This is the DrDisrespect player profile here on Esports Draft.
- DrDisrespect – Herschel Beahm IV
- United States
- Apex Legends Pro, Blackout Pro, Call of Duty Pro, H1Z1 Pro, Personality, Pro Player, Warzone Pro
- Cash Won
- Warzone Esports
- 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
- March 10, 1982