Dr DisRespect goes through a range of emotions watching hacker who killed him on Blackout - Dexerto
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Dr DisRespect goes through a range of emotions watching hacker who killed him on Blackout

Published: 1/Dec/2018 12:11 Updated: 1/Dec/2018 15:40

by Mike Kent


Popular Twitch streamer Dr DisRespect went through a range of emotions after being killed by a hacker while playing Blackout on Black Ops 4.

The battle royale mode in Black Ops 4 has been the game of choice for The Doc since its release in October, but unfortunately the popularity of the title has resulted in plenty of people hacking.

While playing on November 30, Dr DisRespect was killed on numerous occasions by hackers, raising concerns that the game is being overrun by those willing to cheat.

It all started when the streamer suspected something fishy was going on after being killed 20 minutes into his broadcast, watching the killcam back before being left in utter disbelief at what he witnessed.

The Doc proceeded to declare the player as the best he’d ever seen, and went on to spectate him as he beamed unsuspecting victims across the map.

“Hold on a second,” the streamer explained sarcastically. “This guy is really good. I just want to watch him.”

Dr DisRespect won the Streamer of the Year award at the Esports Industry Awards 2016

The suspect player continued to run awkwardly around the map , before popping out from behind a tree to land another set of perfect headshots. The Doc then called upon developers, Treyarch, to reach out to esports organizations on behalf of the player, because he looked so good.

Before long, The Doc started to enjoy what he was seeing, and got the tempo pumping with some of his classic 80’s music as he jumped on the casting desk for a period of the round.

In the end, however, it wasn’t all fun and games for Dr DisRespect, who expressed his annoyance that the second person he ran into on the game that day was a dirty hacker.

“You know what’s scary about this? I just want to get on man, and we will, trust me, we’re going to get into a solo groove today. But can you believe, literally the second guy I encounter today, is a scummy ass hacker? This guy is online, hacking.”

Needless to say, the hacker went on to win the match, killing his final two opponents in quick succession, and all without taking a bullet of damage in the process.

Rather hilariously, the hacker had the last laugh too, as the Doc took too long to enter his report against the player cheating, and it ended up cutting off, leaving the popular streamer speechless.

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Sources: 100 Thieves acquire OpTic’s CDL spot, represented as LA Thieves

Published: 26/Oct/2020 17:23 Updated: 26/Oct/2020 21:25

by Albert Petrosyan


Sources have told Dexerto that 100 Thieves are entering the Call of Duty League by purchasing the spot previously held by OpTic Gaming Los Angeles.

After initially declining to invest in a slot for the Call of Duty League’s inaugural 2020 season, 100 Thieves are re-entering CoD esports after all for the 2021 campaign and beyond.

The spot that had been OpTic Gaming Los Angeles’ has now transferred ownership to the prominent esports organization, and sources have reported that 100T will rebrand the team to LA Thieves.

Immortals Gaming Club, which had purchased OpTic Gaming and one of two Los Angeles CDL franchise spots, recently sold the Green Wall back to Hector ‘H3CZ’ Rodriguez, who will remain in control of the brand.

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The OpTic Gaming Los Angeles franchise will end after just one season of competing in the CDL.

At this time, it’s not yet clear whether the league will allow H3CZ to rebrand his Chicago Huntsmen franchise to OpTic. Since he’s already the CEO of Huntsmen, his reacquisition of the OpTic brand meant that control of one of the two teams would eventually have to change hands once again.

According to recent reports from Esports Talk, the CDL was taking the stance that franchises should remain tied to the cities they were initially founded in. Thus, if H3CZ and NRG wanted their team to take on the OpTic Gaming insignia, they would have to sell the Huntsmen spot and move their Call of Duty operations to Los Angeles.

However, in those same reports, it was indicated that despite their initial unwillingness to enter the CDL, 100 Thieves and CEO Matt ‘Nadeshot’ Haag acquiring a spot was not totally out of the question, and now it’s come to fruition.

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While brief, 100 Thieves’ first stint in competitive Call of Duty was a highly successful one.

While brief, 100 Thieves’ first stint in Call of Duty esports was a very successful one; the team captured two major trophies in the then-called CoD World League and finished second in the CWL World Championship.

100T’s team became a fan-favorite, and when Nadeshot announced that they’d be leaving the esport due to the transition to franchising, many were left disappointed, especially considering Haag’s extensive CoD background.

The only question that remains now is concerning their roster – whether or not Nadeshot or his org will want to make any personnel changes remains to be seen, but if not, many will still expect the team to be a contender, considering that three of the four players are top-tier with championship experience.


  • Austin ‘SlasheR’ Liddicoat
  • Kenny ‘Kuavo’ Williams
  • Thomas ‘TJHaLy’ Haly
  • Zack ‘Drazah’ Jordan
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CoD stars SlasheR and Kenny are returning to 100 Thieves as members of LA Thieves.

For SlasheR and Kenny, this will be their second stint with 100T after previously featuring for the org in its lone season of competition. Similarly, General Manager Eric ‘Muddawg’ Sanders is also returning to the red and black after leaving them for OpTic when the org parted ways from CoD esports.

As always, we will continue to update this story and bring you the latest as more information becomes available.