Dr Disrespect’s love for Escape from Tarkov continues, as he trolled fellow streamers Tyler ‘Ninja‘ Blevins, Jaryd ‘Summit1g‘ Lazar, and more by showing off his hilarious dogtag “collection” from the popular FPS.
Dr Disrespect is one of the most watched streamers on Twitch, becoming must-see entertainment on the platform with his over-the-top 80s persona, and incredible movie-level quality production.
The Two-Time champion has been obsessed with Escape from Tarkov lately, and trolled fellow streamers while also taking shots at the industry by sharing his hilarious in-game dogtag collection.
Doc’s Escape from Tarkov dogtag “collection”
Escape From Tarkov features a mechanic where players can pick up the dogtags from their downed enemies, which can then be sold for money. The higher the level of your opponent, the more the item is worth, making it a big source of pride.
The streamer posted the joke version of his dogtag collection on his Twitter on January 18, and exclaimed “My Escape from Tarkov dogtag collection is… priceless.”
Fans were quick to discover that the collection featured several prominent names, including streamers Summit1g, TimTheTatman, and Ninja – who doesn’t even play the game.
My Escape from Tarkov dogtag collection is….
…. priceless. pic.twitter.com/tpCpxYCvCs
— Dr Disrespect (@drdisrespect) January 18, 2020
Finding the post funny, Summit got in on the joke and replied to Doc, stating, “Wtf. You sneaky,” which had many followers in stitches, and his tweet has gotten over 1.8k likes at the time of writing.
The Twitch star also poked fun at his E3 bathroom incident with dogtags named “E32019” and “Bathrooms,” as well as the iconic “ForsenCD” emote, and even references to Reddit’s LivestreamFail subreddit – getting “revenge” on all of them.
Hilariously, he also lined up his dogtags to spell out “Those blonde banged chubby cheeked punk kids,” which has often been a quote he uses against opponents in his matches, such as when he raged out about kids ruining Fortnite in October 2019.
Despite him poking fun of the industry even having a dogtag titled “Mixer,” the Twitch star continues to be one of the most popular entertainers right now, amassing over 3.9 million followers on his channel.
Dr Disrespect also announced in 2019 that he had signed a deal to make a TV show with The Walking Dead creators about his character, and even made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel, proving he’s a hot commodity.