Dr Disrespect revealed that a host of graphical changes have been made to the stream in the form of a brand new arena for the Champions Club, but one thing that didn’t make an appearance was a new emote that had been teased by The Doc on June 15, based on the image of him peering over a bathroom stall door at E3 2019.
Twitch turned down Dr Disrespect’s bathroom emotes.
While The Doc is happy reference his mishap, including a sign in the Champions Club locker room which states you can’t film in there, it seems Twitch isn’t going to let him use it as a comedic tool, turning down the emote much to the dismay of the streamer.
Dr Disrespect showed off an email from the platform, which labelled the emote as “disallowed content” that was “generally inappropriate” for the site.
“These dumb-dumbs at Twitch, ladies and gentlemen,” a frustrated Doc told his viewers. “These dumb-dumbs are approving other… They are approving want-to-be Doctors, anyways, just wanted to let you guys know. I tried. I tried.”
FaZe Clan hosted its very own invitational Among Us tournament — smartly dubbed the “Among Us In-vent-ational” — in October, with top content creators, streamers and more getting in on the action.
Among Us has become the game of choice for many top creators, with a party-game atmosphere and a great way to find out who your real friends are and test your own poker face.
The announcement for the tournament was made on October 14, with the esports organization confirming it would take place on Monday, October 19.
Now in the rearview mirror with the best Among Us players having been crowned, we’ve compiled everything you need to know. From the final placements, who competed, and how you can rewatch all the action.
Four separate lobbies filled to the brim with popular personalities battled it out during the event. Eventually, the best of the best moved on to the final showdown. This was where the most elite Among Us players showed their skills to the world. From extraordinary memory to map knowledge and of course, the ability to deceive everyone else, it all came in handy.
The likes of Ludwig, Classify, and Yassuo all made it through to the final round of action in the FaZe event. However, only one player could come away with the crown.
After a few maps of intense murder-sprees and subsequent investigations, it was up and coming Twitch streamer ‘Yetiapocalypse’ that closed out the victory. They soared to the top of the pack with a six-point lead over second place, well ahead of some of the bigger internet celebs in the lobby. The final placements can be found below.
Congratulations to the undisputed Best Among Us Player In The World™ – @Yetiapocalypse 🏆
FaZe Clan capitalized on the growing popularity of Among Us.
The tournament took place entirely on Monday, October 19, with the action having kicked off at 2pm PT (11am ET / 7pm BST). It lasted for roughly the full afternoon as each lobby battled it out for a few hours.
As each round went by, point totals were calculated before moving into the next map. This paved the way for unique strategies as players looked to knock out others at the top.
All of the individual participants themselves were streaming off of their own channels, and there was also an official broadcast that you can catch up on below.
The official FaZe Clan Twitch channel hosted the event throughout the day. We’ve embedded the stream below so that you can rewatch the full VOD.
Who was playing?
After FaZe’s full reveal of all the players joining the tournament, it was clear the lobbies would be stacked. Your typical FaZe personalities were all getting involved, from Apex to Adapt and plenty more. Though a number of outsiders were also among the action, pun intended.