DrDisrespect Reaches 330,000 Viewers On Youtube Livestream Without Even Showing Up

Nawshad Noor
By Nawshad Noor
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DrDisrespect has reached 330,000 viewers on his Livestream on Youtube today without even showing up on the stream.

Herschel Guy Beahm IV or more commonly known as DrDisrespect was one of the biggest streamers on Twitch. He had more than 4 million followers on the platform. He plays battle royale games on his stream like H1Z1, PUBG, Warzone, etc. He was the face of Twitch for a long time. he is most famous for his high production quality in his streams.

On June 26, 2020, he was banned from Twitch and the reason for the ban was not explained. His account was deleted and his partnership with Twitch was canceled which meant the ban was permanent. Nobody knew what the reason for the ban was. DrDisrespect said in an interview that even he did not know the reason for the ban.

He went silent on social media for a while except for a video on Youtube and an interview. But recently his stream on Youtube went live. As soon as the stream went live people started flooding in to see what was going on. Immediately the viewer count went through the roof. At first, it was 120,000, then it went up to 240,000 and ultimately it peaked at 330,000 views. 330,000 live viewers are such a massive number and he reached it without even showing up.

In contrast, Ninja streamed on Youtube a few days ago after leaving mixer and he reached 140,000 live viewers. He reached double the live viewers of Ninja without even showing up.

When Will He Start?

DrDisrespect tweeted this from his official Twitter page. Which says, “Tomorrow we arrive.” Below the tweet his Youtube account was linked which suggests that he will stream on Youtube tomorrow.

As of now no agreement with Youtube has been made. But he will stream on his youtube channel tomorrow so we will know more about everything then.

There were also some weird voice lines from DrDisrespect heard throughout the stream but that is a topic for another time.

Nawshad Noor is a former Editor at GameRiv.