Videogamer Herschel “Dr. DisRespect” Beahm IV has accused YouTube Gaming of not giving him the proper reverence. The prominent Call of Duty gamer couple of years ago landed a hefty multi-year contract with Twitch after being on the site for almost a decade, and he was enjoying the lavish lifestyle in April of 2020.
Despite this, the gamer was abruptly banned from Amazon’s site, which triggered a protracted judicial discussion. That’s when the Two-Time started looking into the world of YouTube. While his popularity on the service has grown, the streamer has accused YouTube Gaming of neglecting to give him the accolades he merits, saying that he “placed” Google-owned site “on the market”.
So, What Did He Say?
I had to unfollow @YouTubeGaming.
They don’t support us one bit. Why would I support them?
Such a phony industry I’m in.
— Dr Disrespect (@DrDisrespect) May 3, 2022
Currently, the streamer has 3.81 million YouTube followers, putting him among the best, and most successful entertainment video providers, owing to a big extent to his explosive broadcasts of Warzone and Fortnite. But the broadcaster argues that when it boils down to displaying its thanks for assisting expand YouTube Gaming, it has been a little lackluster.
Dr. Disrespect’s statement of March 17 asserted: “When you make a name for yourself in the world of YouTube Gaming Streaming, but no one bothers to join you, talk about you, or even acknowledge you, you know you’ve done something well. Please, just take a moment to reflect on this. We’ve reached a new plateau, baby.”
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What Did The Service Said-
As of this posting, YouTube has yet to reply to Dr. Disrespect’s critical remarks. On the other hand, followers took to social media to offer their solidarity. The Doc’s request for YouTube Gaming to express some gratitude was embraced by a large number of people.
“Litigation is finished, and YouTube Gaming, be doing themself a favor and contract this dude,” one follower remarked in reference to Dr. Disrespect as well as Twitch’s litigation settlement. A further commenter, who reminded out that the Call of Duty gamer also has his private AAA gaming firm, replied:
“Well, sh*t Doc maybe we need to establish our own streaming platform next because you’re obviously teaching the planet how it’s handled.