Twitch Streamer Dr Disrespect

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Original Story: Dr. DisRespect's apology video last week was a tough pill to swallow for the hundreds of thousands of gamers who watch him on Twitch every week. And although things appeared cataclysmic with him apologizing to sponsors and stating that he'll take time off, the story might be even worse than anyone imagined. Twitch is the world's leading video platform and community for gamers. ONE of Twitch's biggest stars has been mysteriously banned from the streaming platform. Dr Disrespect, real name Herschel 'Guy' Beahm IV, was removed from Twitch on Friday for unspecified reasons. Popular Twitch streamer Dr. Disrespect announced in an emotional livestream that he plans to take an indefinite hiatus from the gaming community on Thursday. Through tears, the Twitch streamer. Today, out of the blue, Twitch suspended massively popular streamer Guy “Dr Disrespect” Beahm, a ban that multiple sources tell Kotaku is permanent.

Hershel 'Dr Disrespect' Beahm is one of the most fierce and outspoken streamers in the world today. After mysteriously being banned on Twitch in June of 2020, Dr Disrespect moved over to YouTube to stream games like Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, PUBG, and Valorant to his 3.3 million subscribers. It seems Dr Disrespect has made a comfortable home on YouTube, but the streamer has returned to Twitch, kind of.

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During an April 26th Code Red Call of Duty: Warzone tournament, Dr Disrespect made a surprising appearance on a Twitch stream. As BoomTV held coverage of the tournament, hosts Chris Puckett and Katie Bedford cut to a quick ad break that suddenly caused the chat to blow up. A Mountain Dew Game Fuel commercial appeared, featuring Dr Disrespect in his signature mullet wig, thick mustache, and bulletproof vest.

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Dr Disrespect's return to Twitch after not appearing for months was not cut short by the platform. The ad ran through with the two-time champ encouraging viewers to buy and drink Mountain Dew Game Fuel. While speaking to Dexerto, a spokesperson for BoomTV said, 'It was an honest mistake. We proactively reached out to Twitch to inform them about the mistake.'

While Dr Disrespect appearing on a Twitch stream may not seem like the biggest deal, the platform has been extremely serious about keeping the streamer out of sight. The YouTube streamer was recently banned from competing in the Toronto Ultra Call of Duty Tournament. According to fellow streamer, ZLaner, The Doc was banned from the tournament due to it being streamed live on Twitch. ZLaner frequently teams up with Dr Disrespect to play Warzone, and it seems The Doc's ban is affecting even more streamers.


Popular Twitch streamer and Call of Duty player TimtheTatman even suggested he cannot play games with Dr Disrespect off-stream. Two weeks ago, while streaming on Twitch, TimtheTatman spoke on the Dr Disrespect ban as his chat asked him questions about the situation. The streamer does not reveal much, but that there may be some complications preventing him from even playing with Dr Disrespect off-stream. Although the comment was fairly vague, TimtheTatman seemed frustrated with saying he does not think he can play off-stream with The Doc.

Dr Disrespect's Twitch ban remains an unsolved mystery. Because of how serious the platform has taken the ban, many still wonder what actions led to the ban. Call of Duty voice actor Jeff Leach shared rumors about Dr Disrespect's ban, saying that it had to do with money. According to the voice actor, The Doc had used an offer from Microsoft's streaming platform Mixer, to leverage an offer from Twitch. However, the voice actor does state that he cannot be certain the information is true.

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Source: Dexerto

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