More than a month after Guy “DrDisrespect” Beahm’s channel was mysteriously banned by Twitch, the popular and controversial streaming media has been launched, but this time he is live streaming on YouTube.
DrDisrespect’s YouTube stream started live at around 4:30 pm EST on Thursday, but Beahm’s alter-ego has not yet appeared on the screen. The stream contains renderings of gas stations decorated with the theme of DrDisrespect and Champions Club. Music and fake news broadcasts have been playing in the background.
More than an hour after the live broadcast ended, nearly 300,000 viewers watched the show. DrDisrespect entered Twitter and YouTube chat to let fans know that he did not actually start live broadcast until 1
Before Beahm’s live broadcast, there was a short Instagram Live video, and then he went on YouTube for a few hours, and then played new songs from the live broadcast in tweets. Beahm’s Instagram Live trailer announced the return of the streamer and made fun of speculation surrounding its ban. Viewers who watched Beahm’s first YouTube video stream have been able to “join” his channel for $4.99 a month, and they have been welcomed. A steady stream of “Welcome to the Champions Club!” notifications displayed in the chat Abundant Of viewers are splitting money for paid subscriptions.
Beahm’s DrDisrespect Twitch channel was banned on June 26. Despite many speculations and rumors, no official explanation was given for this disciplinary action. Beahm said in an interview after the ban that Twitch did not specify the reason for the ban. A few months before the ban, Beahm signed an exclusive streaming contract renewal with Twitch.
A few days before DrDisrespect moved to YouTube, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins (Tyler “Ninja” Blevins) left Twitch to join Mixer. He is one of the most well-known show hosts and returned to Twitch again.
Update (5:40pm EST): The story has been updated to include details about DrDisrespect’s plan to resume streaming on Friday, August 7.