Dr DisRespect Has a Brutal Message for PUBG Developers After He Loses His Temper on Stream

by Calum Patterson


Dr DisRespect, despite being of the most popular live streamers on Twitch, is never shy of telling his tens of thousands of viewers exactly how he really feels.

He is most commonly found plying his trade on the battle royale game PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG), the game that has shot him to fame on Twitch (as well as his charismatic personality of course).


But, as followers of the Doc will know, he has somewhat of a love-hate relationship with the military sim/battle royale game, and often uses some choice words to describe its developers, Bluehole (a Korean company often simply known as PUBG Corp. in the West).

Of late, Dr DisRespect has been even less restrained, and recently after he died in the most ridiculous fashion in a match, he went on a short rant about the company and the game.


After being run over by his own vehicle, he proceeds to slam his desk which despite his macho character, losing his temper like that isn't something fans have come to expect.

After cooling down for a moment, the Doc gathered his thoughts, and sent a brutal message straight the PUBG development team, calling them "the most overrated" in the business.

"I've worked on a triple A game. I built half the multiplayer maps for a triple A game called Call of Duty. For a specific title in the Call of Duty franchise, called Advanced Warfare. I designed, built all the way to the end and I helped work on the core pillars of our multiplayer experience associated with Advanced Warfare.

I have extreme, high end industry experience, and I'm going to tell you this right now, [PUBG], is literally coded with tape, glue and some really, really, really thin string.

Also, their core design group, one of the most overrated design groups in the history of the video game industry."


He goes on to say:

"I have never played a more pathetic, slower paced, un-athletic shooter in the history of my entire video gaming career. Ladies and gentlemen, that's Blue Balls Entertainment from South Korea."

We're not convinced that this will signal the end of his PUBG playing days however, as his core fanbase seems to still enjoy watching the game - despite the more popular battle royale game on Twitch undoubtedly being Fortnite.

It will be interesting to see what games over the coming year, if any, can pull the attention of the self-proclaimed 'face of Twitch' away from his go to PUBG.