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Dr Disrespect to host first ever IRL stream at E3 – Full details [UPDATED]

Published: 10/Jun/2019 21:46 Updated: 12/Jun/2019 0:02

by Meg Bethany Koepp


UPDATE 5:00PM PST, June 11:

Dr Disrespect has been banned from Twitch following his IRL E3 stream, after he broadcasted live from a public bathroom.

Twitch star Dr Disrespect has announced that he’s going to be hosting his first ever IRL livestream on June 11 during E3 2019.

E3 season is one of the best times of the year for gamers, as many new game announcements and release dates are made public – it’s all very exciting.

This year’s event is about to get better though, as popular Twitch personality Dr Disrespect has announced he’s going to be hosting his first ever in-real-life livestream at the E3 venue itself.

Twitch: Dr DisrespectThe Two-Time looked very happy to announce his IRL stream.

When is the stream?

“I’m gonna be there tomorrow!” The Two-Time said while watching Ubisoft’s June 10 E3 presentation. “I should announce it now, right? I’ll just announce it right now. I’m doing my first ever IRL stream tomorrow live from E3.”

The stream starts tomorrow, meaning June 11. Or today, if you’re reading this tomorrow – you get the gist. His broadcast kicks off at 12PM PST / 3PM EST, and will be hosted on his official Twitch channel.

What’s happening in the stream?

Doc himself said that the stream will start off with him eating breakfast, before walking to and lining up for the event. He’ll then be going around the venue trying out as many of the game demos and entertainment stalls on the show floor as he can.

“We got a camera crew, we got everything live on Twitch.tv. Right here. Dr’s first ever IRL stream,” he explained excitedly. “Be ready, baby! Gonna be juiced up, man. WOO!”

Speaking of E3…

Many new games have been shown off during this year’s event – Cyberpunk 2077 being just one of them.

Keanu Reeves himself shocked the gaming world after it was revealed that he has a leading role in the upcoming CD Projekt Red title.

Viewers were also amazed by the unveiling of Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs Legion, which is set in London in a dystopian post-Brexit world.

The recently-announced trailer shows Legion to be the best game in the series yet.


Bradley Martyn claims he’s being charged by California for opening gym

Published: 23/Oct/2020 12:13

by Daniel Cleary


Fitness YouTuber Bradley Martyn has revealed that he is seemingly being charged with a misdemeanor by the State of California for keeping his popular Zoo Culture gym open after new restrictions were put in place.

Bradley Martyn is well known for his popular fitness-based uploads and challenge videos, amassing a following of over 2.6 million subscribers on YouTube, and is regularly featured in the NELK Boys’ vlogs as well.

The YouTuber often films his vlogs and collaborates with other stars at his gym ‘Zoo Culture’ in Los Angeles County but he is now seemingly facing charges for keeping it open amid their latest lockdown.

Bradley Martyn training in zoo culture gym
Bradley Martyn, YouTube
Bradley Martyn revealed that he was facing a misdemeanor for opening the Zoo Culture gym.

Despite previously staging protests against the major restrictions with NELK star SteveWillDoIt, Bradley Martyn revealed, on October 22, that his gym had now been targeted and shared a brief clip of a court summons on his social media.

The fitness star claimed that it was issued by the State of California and shared that he would have to appear at his local courthouse to answer for misdemeanor charges made against Zoo Culture.

“People of the state of California VS Zoo Culture welcome to 2020, where gyms being open is criminal in California,” he added, reacting to the Zoo Culture court summons, “[and] where mental and physical health is deemed non-essential,” he followed up, suggesting that facilities such as gyms should be considered an essential service, for improving the health of those who use them.


After asking his fans what they thought of the matter, Martyn received mixed feedback from his followers, as there were some critics claiming that he should’ve simply abided by the restrictions that were imposed.

While other fans were in agreeance with the YouTuber, he will still have to answer for the charges and argue his case in court, following his latest actions.

The document also revealed that his court date was scheduled for November 23, so it is likely that we will have to wait until after the legal proceedings have concluded before more information is released.