Dr DisRespect Uninstalls H1Z1, and Promises to Never Play Again - Dexerto

Dr DisRespect Uninstalls H1Z1, and Promises to Never Play Again

Published: 22/Jun/2018 16:16 Updated: 26/Jul/2018 12:05

by Scott Mahoney


Popular battle royale streamer Guy ‘Dr DisRespect’ Beahm uninstalled H1Z1 in a fury of rage during a live stream and is promising never to play the game again.

The Doc has amassed a large following for his unique personality and display of skill in the battle royale genre, but from time to time an on-air death tips him past the boiling point and leads to an epic rage.

During the moment captured on stream he wanted everyone to see that he was uninstalling H1Z1 and the test servers when he declared the game would be dead soon.

“That’s all it took for me to realize this game’s dead in three months.”

He would go on that he would never play the game again. 

“Uninstall this, delete it, right. I also want to uninstall this bad boy and delete it. Never wanna play it again. Never ever ever ever will I ever play H1Z1 ever again. Guaranteed, ever ever ever. We’re done with the game forever. Its a done deal its wrapped up. Goodbye. The game’s dead, bye.”

Of course, most fans know that this is the kind of behavior the Doc has made himself known for.

With over 1700 hours of the game played there is a possibility that he will be back streaming the battle royale in the near future. 

Back in November of 2017, a similar clip was captured during a live stream where he promised never to play H1 again… ever. 

It could go either way, but given his history, there is reason to believe we will see him back on the game at some point.

With titles like PUBG, Fortnite, and Realm Royale in the genre there is no shortage of battle royale titles to explore.


Sykkuno announces streaming return with Valkyrae after moving to Vegas

Published: 17/Jan/2021 3:12 Updated: 17/Jan/2021 3:13

by Alex Tsiaoussidis


Sykkuno has been busy moving to Las Vegas, but his return to streaming is imminent. He’s set to return on January 17 alongside some big names including Valkyrae.

Sykkuno announced he was moving to Las Vegas after dropping hints for quite some time. He started moving on January 15, and naturally, it meant he wouldn’t be streaming until the move was complete.

Fortunately, it seems like he’s all settled in and almost ready to go. He hasn’t posted anything about it yet. However, he mentioned it to another streamer named Ray_C while playing Rust. Then, it was also later confirmed by Rachel ‘Valkyrae’ Hofstetter.

Twitch: Sykkuno
Sykkuno’s popularity skyrocketed in the last few months of 2020.

Sykkuno crossed paths with Ray C on the OfflineTV Rust server. Initially, they were talking about the game and preparing for a potential team fight. Then, Ray_C wished him well with the move. “I hope your move goes well, man,” he said.

There was a bit over overlap at first. However, Sykkuno didn’t hesitate to respond once he had a chance. “It’s going pretty well,” he said. “I think I might be back online tomorrow or something.”

But it seems like it’s more than a mere possibility. Valkyrae announced that she’d be streaming Raft with some other big-name streamers, including Sykkuno. It’s exciting news since his fans didn’t expect him to be back so soon.

“Raft with Jodi, Sykkuno, Toast, Abe, John, and Corpse [has] moved to tomorrow at 5 pm PST!” she wrote. “I’ll see ya then.” Of course, it doesn’t mean it’s one hundred percent locked in, but it’s about as official as it gets.

Sykkuno’s fans can’t wait to see him back in action. Even though he shot to fame in the last quarter of 2020, he’s already become an integral part of the streaming community.

It sounds a bit melodramatic, but his absence leaves a void, and it’ll be good to see him back where he belongs.

It’ll be interesting to see what he says about his move, and how well he’s managed to settle into his new home.