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Dr Disrespect roasts summit1g for not being "built for tournaments"

by Michael Gwilliam
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Legendary Twitch star Dr Disrespect blasted fellow streamer Jaryd 'summit1g' Lazar before competing in the Code Red Escape from Tarkov tournament.

“Summit needs to get up,” the Two-Time read a comment in his chat, referencing the fact that the retired Counter-Strike pro had overslept and was late to the tournament. “Summit has no chance.”

The tournament features a ton of top streamers including DrLupo, xQc, and AnthonyKongphan competing for $10,000, but that didn’t seem to concern the Doc.

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“I’m going to tell you this right now,” he continued. “He’s not built for tournaments. He’s built for slow-paced, casual gameplay with commentary.”

Basically, according to Dr Disrespect, Lazar would be better off playing Minecraft or The Sims.

“Okay? This is an arena with ten-thousand dollars on the line,” he charged, motioning to his own stream, refusing to break the fourth wall. “A lot of you are like, ‘Doc, that’s not a lot of money to you is it?’”

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Doc said Summit1g isn't "built for tournaments."

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He paused for a moment before delivering the punchline: “it really isn’t!” before laughing hysterically at his own comment.

For what it's worth, summit1g did end up joining the tournament, despite Doc claiming the retired pro had no chance.

In a post on Twitter, Lazar said he was late because he was up all night streaming: "Gotta stop streaming so late (I won’t). Hope the tourney has been fun so far."

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Escape from Tarkov is the latest game to feature in BoomTV's popular Code Red tournament series. Known for its hardcore, complex, and detailed gameplay, the first-person multiplayer shooter has become one of the hottest games over the past few months, with more and more big-name streamers jumping in on the hype.

The objective of this competition is to end the seven-hour period with the most Roubles, the Russian currency that is also used to buy and sell products in EFT.

To keep up with all of today's action, make sure to visit our $10,000 Code Red Escape from Tarkov hub, which includes several streams, live results, format, rules and more.