Dr Disrespect discovers his own stream during Code Red Fortnite tournament to hilarious results - Dexerto

Dr Disrespect discovers his own stream during Code Red Fortnite tournament to hilarious results

Published: 10/Nov/2018 1:44 Updated: 10/Nov/2018 1:53

by Bill Cooney


You couldn’t get much happier than Dr. DisRespect was after he discovered his own stream by accident on the website for his Code Red Tournament.

While looking at the results of the Winner’s Bracket Finals, The Doc yells out “Whoa!” only to hear it echoed a few second later.

After curiously watching his stream for a few seconds, the streamer decides to scream, and so do the countless other Docs appearing behind him.

In the second clip, Doc begins an experiment and interacts with himself on his own stream, telling himself he’s the greatest, the usual Doc stuff.

At one point he has the Matrix Docs saying “Doctor you’re the best! Yes you are, nobody does it better, and no one’s even close.”

When the Doc announced his new Code Red Tournament would be coming to Fortnite for the first time ever, he probably had no idea how much fun it would be.

Maybe we could see this become a regular feature of Dr DisRespect’s streams, he regularly claims he has no equal, so there should be no one better to share a screen with than himself.

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Ellen Page starring in controversial new movie about sexism in esports

Published: 31/Oct/2020 17:04

by Luke Edwards


Oscar-nominated actress Ellen Page is set to star in an esports feature film ‘1UP’. The comedy features an athlete who, with the help of a veteran coach, forms an all-female esports team after she’s forced out of her college’s roster.

Page won an Oscar nomination for playing the title character in the 2007 hit ‘Juno’ and has appeared in movies like Inception and X-Men: Days of Future Past. She also featured alongside Willem Dafoe as telepathic teenager Jodie in the 2013 game Beyond: Two Souls.

The new movie, 1UP, is set to include Paris Berelc as the excluded gamer. Berelc is probably best known for her role in Adam Sandler’s spooky comedy Hubie Halloween.

This is Buzzfeed Studios’ first-ever feature-length film, so they’ll be desperate to make sure it’s a hit to put their name on the map as a legitimate studio.

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Ellen Page was nominated for an Oscar for her performance in 2007 movie Juno

What we know about ‘1UP’ so far

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Berelc’s character, Vivian, quits her college esports team after being subject to sexism from her male teammates. With the help of Page’s “enigmatic coach”, she assembles an all-women’s team to compete with the boys.

Which esport the movie is set around remains in question, but it’s all part of Buzzfeed’s mission to create “socially relevant” movies for “millennial and Gen Z audiences.”

Studios creating movies like this is another sign of esports moving further into the mainstream – provided it’s successful, of course. But, whether this movie is a very positive reflection on esports or not remains to be seen.

Reactions to ‘1UP’

The premise has provoked some controversy, with some fearing the comedy elements could detract from a serious issue.

Games and comics writer Zoë Quinn sarcastically labeled it “fun” – when the topic at hand isn’t.

Production is expected to begin in November, meaning we’re going to be waiting a while to see it on our screens. Regardless, as one of the first major feature films based around esports, it’s going to be worth keeping an eye on.