Dr Disrespect fires back at impatient Twitch viewers with classic roast

Published: 6/Dec/2019 10:20 Updated: 6/Dec/2019 21:04

by Connor Bennett


Twitch star Dr Disrespect pulled out a hilarious roast of some of his more impatient viewers after being told to get a move on and start playing a game

When it comes to streaming on Twitch, there are not many more popular names than Dr Disrespect. The two-time Blockbuster video gaming champion and leader of the Champion’s Club has racked up close to four million followers and attracts ten of thousands of fans to his daily broadcasts.

While the majority of his viewers trickle in, settle down in the Arena, and don’t make a fuss about his streams, others do try and get noticed by The Doc – leading to them getting roasted by the popular internet personality or mocked by their fellow viewers. 

Instagram: @drdisrespectThe over the top streamer is the most subbed on Twitch.

That was the case during his December 5 stream, as some viewers took issue with how long the streamer was taking to start playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare while he, instead, chatted with fans. 

“Listen, this is a part of the intro,” said The Doc after cutting short a donation message to turn his attention to the chat. “50 minutes in, $175,000 ten-minute intro, and then it’s me live talking for 20 or 30 minutes before we set the tone and play video games for ten, twelve, sometimes fifteen hours straight.”

He continued on, building to a hilarious roast: “Relax, I know the tempo, I know the pattern, I know the rhythm of what a stream should be from beginning to end. Don’t be flapping your ugly looking brace face mouth at me again – ever!”

While the exchange was completely classic Doc, it isn’t the first time that he has had to settle down some impatient fans – recently roasting a donator for wanting an answer to a question.

Of course, the 2019 streamer of the year has plenty of time for his fans and members of the Champion’s Club, but if you’re not careful, you are going to find yourself in his crosshairs. It’s just a case of whether or not he’s going to roast you spectacularly or subtly.


xQc’s attempt to weed out Mario Kart stream snipers goes hilariously wrong

Published: 22/Jan/2021 14:08

by Jacob Hale


Stream snipers are up there with some of the most annoying things that streamers have to deal with, but Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel couldn’t stop laughing when he tried uncovering them in a Mario Kart broadcast.

As far as stream snipers go, xQc has got to be one of the most affected on Twitch, but that’s almost to be expected when you’re one of the most popular names on the platform.

No matter what he’s playing or the attempts he makes to keep himself hidden, xQc will always have multiple snipers coming after him and hunting him down in-game.

Now, it turns out even Mario Kart isn’t a safe space for him, as he found out in hilarious fashion during his January 21 stream.

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xQc has become arguably the biggest name on Twitch.

While streaming the iconic animated racing game, the Canadian star was becoming increasingly suspicious of how many stream snipers he was being swarmed by throughout the races.

So, before a race started, he took it upon himself to speak to his stream and ask them not to move forward if they’re stream sniping. “Guys, Hold B, so you at least don’t go forward,” he asked of those who were listening. Then, as it started up, he reiterated the point once more, urging snipers to not go forward.

Expecting maybe a small handful of the other players to stay still, xQc switched to the back camera — and when the race started, eight of the 11 opposing players started hopping around him at the start line, clearly having fun at his expense.

Luckily, xQc saw the funny side, immediately dropping his head and laughing before backing out of the race, unable to speak through the laughter.

Simply saying that he’s “done” and cracking up at the “bulls**t” he had to endure, even xQc couldn’t be mad at how his games were ruined, in disbelief at the level of commitment his viewers showed.

While stream snipers in games such as Warzone, Fortnite and others must get increasingly frustrating, it’s impossible not to see the funny side of something like this — even if it does cost you some Grand Prix wins.