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How to watch Dr Disrespect’s first YouTube stream

Published: 7/Aug/2020 20:50 Updated: 7/Aug/2020 20:51

by David Purcell

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Dr Disrespect has revealed that he will be bringing the violence, speed, and momentum to YouTube moving forward. Here, we’re going to run through everything you need to know to make sure you don’t miss the first time he goes live. 

The streaming superstar has been right at the center of the internet’s biggest running story since he was mysteriously banned on Twitch in June. The reason for his channel being removed on the platform is still unknown, too.

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Since that time, fans have been left guessing with each comment, hint, or teaser the Two-Time chooses to drop. Now, though, we know his new destination will be YouTube for livestreams.

He made the announcement as over 300,000 members of the Champions Club jumped onto his channel on August 6, to find a single loading screen featuring his Lamborghini, and some voice lines playing in the background. With his first official YouTube stream now confirmed, make sure you don’t miss it. Stream time, how to watch, and more below.

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Dr Disrespect in the Arena
Dr Disrespect
Doc hasn’t been seen in the Arena for months – but that’s all about to change.

Start time of Dr Disrespect’s first YouTube stream

The self-proclaimed world’s best video gamer is coming back to the big time and it’s going to be one of those ‘where were you’ moments.

If you’re interested in tuning in for Doc’s first exclusive YouTube livestream, he announced the start time when his channel mysteriously went live on August 6. He originally said, “See you tomorrow. 12PM PST,” to sign off, but it seems as though he has now delayed it by an hour to 1PM PST. Depending on where you’re based in the world, this start time will obviously differ.

  • 1PM (PST)
  • 9PM (BST)
  • 3PM (CT)
  • 4PM (ET)
  • 6AM (AET)

Dr Disrespect stream on YouTube

The page is live and waiting for your arrival on Doc’s channel.

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Once the clock strikes 1PM (PT), we should see the cameras roll and Dr Disrespect finally emerge for the first time since his streaming hiatus begun. Can’t wait? You are not alone.

How to subscribe to Dr Disrespect on YouTube

The streaming icon is back and better than ever. If you’re wondering if you can support him for his return, after having his channel removed from Twitch, you certainly can.

There’s the free sub option, as well as a member button on his channel for $4.99, which is the equivalent of the lowest monthly package on Twitch.

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Dr Disrespect YouTube subscribe button
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Here’s the menu you need to access if you want to join his channel’s paying community.

To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Click Dr Disrespect’s YouTube channel.
  2. Hit the ‘Join’ button.
  3. Read through everything included and hit ‘Join’ again in the next screen.
  4. That’s done! Enjoy your chat benefits and new emotes.

New subs will be able to pick up custom emotes that feature his catchphrase “Yayaya” as well as one of Doc himself. It’s a recurring payment that fans can cancel at any time, and the creator “may update perks from time to time” according to his channel.

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Anyway, see you in the comments when he finally goes live!

Pokemon

Logan Paul mindblown after pulling rare Pokemon cards worth $3000

Published: 1/Oct/2020 13:11

by Jacob Hale

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Logan Paul has become an avid Pokemon card collector throughout the latter half of 2020, and treated fans of his Impaulsive podcast to watch him open a rare pack, the contents of which he was delighted with.

The Pokemon Trading Card Game originally got going in 1999 and now, over two decades later, is worth more than ever, with rare cards making sellers hundreds of thousands of dollars if they’ve kept their collection in good condition.

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He recently revealed some of the collection he had been building up, including a first edition shadowless Charizard that could fetch anywhere between $40,000 to $60,000 at auction.

Letting his fans into the hobby, Logan opted to buy a pack of Base Set trading cards for $500 online and opened it live on Impaulsive.

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Logan Paul 1st edition Charizard
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Logan’s 1st edition Charizard is a prized possession.

Obviously, when you’re spending $500 on a single pack of cards, you’ve got to be pretty hopeful of the results, but Paul insisted he always gets his rarest cards from the seller he bought it from.

So, he opened them and revealed each card one-by-one, including a Squirtle which he expects to fetch around $200-300, perhaps more as he believes it to have a PSA grade of 10 — or, the best condition it could possibly be.

Alongside the regular Energy cards and some more Pokemon such as Gastly and Poliwhirl, Paul also packed a Blastoise, again expecting it to be PSA graded 10/10, which he says should fetch around $2500 — meaning the total value of the individual cards could fetch around $3000 if his valuations are correct.

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Obviously, the valuations may be slightly off, but Logan has at least made his money back for this pack — and if he’s made a profit then more power to him.

There’s some serious money to be made in the Pokemon Trading Card Game now, especially as it enjoys somewhat of a resurgence of late, so it might be worth digging out those old cards and see what you’ve got laying around: you never know how much money you could be sitting on.