Everyone who’s into watching streamers have one thing in common. Whenever they see a mullet & sunglasses with a shade of red, only one name comes to their minds. It’s Dr Disrespect. Dr Disrespect has set a trademark in the streaming industry with his flamboyant style and personality. In 2015, he began his journey on Justin.tv, which later became Twitch, but the platform banned him in June 2020. After his Twitch ban, he switched to YouTube; however, he has received a ban even on this platform quite recently.
Dr. Disrespect is a popular Twitch streamer and YouTuber. His over-the-top persona includes a mullet, sunglasses, and a tactical vest, which is the main reason behind his fame. Dr. Disrespect aggressively plays first-person shooter games. People also know him for his entertaining commentary. Dr. Disrespect is one of the most popular streamers in the world, and he has over 3 million subscribers on YouTube. Recently, he received a suspension, but now he is streaming again after it got revoked.
On 5 June, YouTube banned Dr Disrespect suddenly, leaving many fans curious about what exactly the streamer had done. On June 5, Doc tuned into Apple’s WWDC event like any other tech enthusiast. Apple revealed a slew of new products, including a 15-inch Macbook Air and the launch of iOS 17. YouTube suspended him just after this. This left his fans wondering what exactly happened.
Later, Dr Disrespect revealed that YouTube had banned him for streaming copyrighted content. YouTube suspended Dr Disrespect’s stream for policy violations, and a message abruptly appeared, ending the event.
Dr Disrespect is back now after the ban was revoked
After Dr Disrespect’s ban due to streaming copyrighted content on June 5th, he is back and streaming again. Fans were thankful as the ban didn’t last long, and the stream got back up and running soon. The streamer didn’t continue watching the Apple WDCC event in front of his followers in case of another ban. After the ban, he said
“What? I guess we can’t watch the Apple event, or what? Is that the issue? I just wanna see this headset, man. Give me back my son! You can’t stop the Doc.”
If that was someone that youtube favoured then it would not have happened, they dont seem to like the doc at all and it seems like more than the cloud of uncertainty hanging over his infamous twitch ban
Although his ban was revoked, Dr Disrespect has learned not to do any such streams ever again. Thankfully for fans, they didn’t have to part from Doc for a long time and could see him again in a short while. YouTube’s copyright policy is strict, so streamers should be careful about what to show and what not to.
Sneh is an eSports journalist at Firstsportz. He has been playing competitive titles like CS:GO, Valorant, Rainbow Six Siege, and more for 4 years. He's currently pursuing IPM at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad. Sneh is also keenly interested in RPG titles like Elden Ring, Sekiro, Assassin's Creed series, and similar games. He is a former streamer and was the leading streamer for an Org that held 8th place in the Rocket League Championship South Asia Apac. He is a massive fan of the AniManga culture and loves talking about the recent trends in the community. In his free time, Sneh likes to read Light Novels and Mangas and watch thrillers or philosophical movies.
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