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Dr Disrespect hits outrageous Valorant triple snipe without even looking

Published: 9/Apr/2020 2:54

by David Purcell

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Dr Disrespect fans were always going to expect big things from him when streaming Valorant on Twitch, but even he might have surprised himself after sealing an insane triple with a no-look finish on April 8. 

The popular variety streamer, who has over 4.2 million followers on his channel, has been linking up with the likes of Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins and Jaryd ‘summit1g’ Lazar since the game’s beta launched.

Since that time, Valorant has helped propel Twitch to new heights, recording over four million concurrent viewers in a day, with thousands pouring into the arena to watch the Two-Time in action – and boy did they get their money’s worth during a recent broadcast.

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Landing a triple with the Operator can be tough at the best of times, not to mention when you’re not looking.

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The self-proclaimed best video gamer in the world was playing with the Agent Sage during the stream, when he ran into a group of three players trying to take him out.

One-by-one they revealed themselves to the Doc, who pulled out the Operator sniper rifle and dispatched of the first one quickly. As the second approached, he screamed: “He’s shy” before wrecking them as well – leaving just one remaining.

To end the round in potentially the most dramatic fashion, he decided to look away from the screen before pulling the trigger and landing the killer blow. Three eliminated in seconds, and the round was in the bag.

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The popular streamer has been playing a lot of Riot’s new FPS game, having a laugh and a joke recently about the game’s movement with a hilarious sketch.

However, there was nothing funny about this clip, as he pulled a rabbit out of a hat and shocked thousands of people watching at home.

He might have a love-hate relationship with a lot of titles, like Fortnite, Call of Duty: Warzone, and others, but if he keeps playing like this there’s no doubt that we’ll be seeing a whole lot more of him on Valorant.

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