Popular streamer Dr. Disrespect has been on YouTube Gaming for a long time, and now that his dispute with Twitch has been settled so well, it makes no sense to leave YouTube Gaming and return to Twitch. There’s no denying that Dr. Disrespect is one of the most popular streamers on YouTube, and maybe it’s time for Google to open that giant checkbook. To be fair, Dr. Disrespect has 3.81 million YouTube subscribers at the time of writing and is one of the most popular game content creators on the channel, thanks in large part to his deafening Warzone and Fortnite streams.
Dr. Disrespect is one of the most popular streamers in the world who also started streaming on YouTube after receiving a permanent ban from Twitch. Despite the fact that Dr. Disrespect has no official contract with YouTube Gaming, Dr. Disrespect was still able to pick up his streaming career from the ground up. His return to Youtube wasn’t too bad either: while Doc doesn’t have as many subscribers as he does on Twitch.tv, Doc still has an impressive 3 million subscribers on Youtube. Dr. Disrespect’s fan base moves easily to wherever he decides to broadcast, and his first Youtube broadcast has amassed half a million viewers.
I had to unfollow @YouTubeGaming.
They don’t support us one bit. Why would I support them?
Such a phony industry I’m in.
— Dr Disrespect (@DrDisrespect) May 3, 2022
Despite taking credit for the Twitch YouTube rant, Dr. Disrespect now feels like YouTube doesn’t have much respect for his personality. Despite the recognition of streamers who switched from Twitch to YouTube Gaming, streaming giant Dr. Disrespect now feels that the latter does not show much respect for his personality. Earlier this week, the streaming giant took to social media to announce that due to this disrespect, he has effectively stopped following the official YouTube Gaming Twitter account. Streaming giant Dr. Disrespect said YouTube’s lack of recognition of both itself and its fellow creators was enough to “unfollow” YouTube Gaming.
Looks like YouTube pissed off Dr. Disrespect when a streamer rummaged through a video-sharing site. Ryan “Fwiz” Wyatt responded to the document by stating that Google should have established YouTube as the world’s largest gaming platform first before adding good features. It’s unclear if YouTube Gaming will implement any of the features mentioned by Dr Disrespect now that it has signed DrLupo and TimTheTatman, symbolizing the readiness of the Google-owned platform to take on Twitch’s long-standing dominance of the streaming world. DrDisrespect stated that it recently stopped following its current platforms’ social media pages due to a perceived “lack of support” for streaming platforms.