DrDisrespect says he has “no idea” why Twitch banned him in first YouTube stream

Former Twitch banner and current YouTube enthusiastic Person “DrDisrespect” Beahm officially went back to livestreaming on Friday afternoon. Over 500,000 people tuned in to hear the mustachioed boaster tell his side of the extremely advertised Twitch restriction, which, he claims, he still has no hint about.

“We still have no idea,” he stated at the start of the YouTube stream, before duplicating that line a couple of moretimes


Polygon gotten in touch with Twitch, however the livestreaming company repeated its previous declaration about taking “appropriate action” when a user has “acted in violation” of its community standards and terms of service. As Beahm informs it, he’s still in the dark concerning what took place and why he was taken off the Amazon-owned livestreaming service.

“As far as I’m concerned, we didn’t do anything to warrant a ban, let alone how they went about banning us,” he stated. “No communication before, no reaching out, nothing.”

Significantly, prior to the restriction, Beahm had actually signed a multi-year offer to remain onTwitch While numbers weren’t revealed, most likely Twitch paid good money to ensure that one of its most-watched performers remained on the platform. Beahm’s remarks during the stream recommended there may be some kind of legal motion concerning his agreement.

“You’re talking about a heavy contract, lots of money,” he stated, keeping in mind that he has to be cautious about what he says relating to the restriction circumstance. “There’s big money involved. So let the legal professionals do what they need to do.”

Audiences appeared delighted to have the vest-wearing performer back, with plenty of contributions dripping in as Beahm swore that this would be the last time he dealt with the circumstance.

“My conscience, I feel so good,” he specified, before scolding people who presumed he should have done something bad to get a restriction.

“So that’s your update,” he stated. For a part of the livestream, Beahm chose to view other creators’ gameplay for titles such as the new- kid-on- the-block battle royale, Fall Guys. He later on played some Call of Duty: Warzone. He stressed the event by informing audiences about some upcoming limited-edition product that they might preorder for $30

“Taxes were heavy this year,” he later on added, keeping in mind that “for a second, I thought I was in trouble.”

Update: Added reference of DrDisrespect’s gaming during the livestream.


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