Apex Legends on his turn to streaming the game, but things didn't quite go according to plan for the popular Twitch personality.
The leader of the Champions Club, who has over 3.4 million followers on the platform, decided to put PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds to one side and jumped back into Kings Canyon during his May 7 livestream.
But after quickly running into a whole host of issues during the broadcast, The Doc seemed to be on the brink of unleashing another one of his vintage rants for all to see.
Just 37 minutes into his stream, he and his teammates completely froze in midair, before eventually dropping into the map. The Two-Time joked that the EA servers were so "powerful" that they would be able to fight through the lag, as he quickly chased after another player.
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"Look at this," he said as the game froze once again, before disconnecting. "Apex Legends huh? Oh man, what did I come back to?"
Apex Legends experienced some major downtime on May 5, as well as a number of other EA games, and similar server issues seemed to be affecting the Doc during his stream.
However, that didn't stop the Doc from continuing on his search for some victories. That quest hit a serious problem around three hours into the stream though, as the lag had gotten so bad that Dr Disrespect and his teammates were finding it very difficult to play the game at all.
"Fix your stupid servers EA!" the streamer roared following his elimination from a game, clearly irritated by the issues they were experiencing.
The server issues seem to have been resolved since the stream went live, but there's no doubt that connection problems marred the Two-Time's return to Apex Legends this time.
Hopefully, the servers will let him get some more of those Triple Threat Challenge checkmarks on the board next time around.