Whether you love him or you hate him, you have to show a little bit of respect to the man known as Dr. DisRespect as his return to Twitch caused their system to crash. That’s a feat that not even many of the major esports league can lay claim to. Just to catch you up on a few things, the good Dr. decided to take some time away from the social streaming service after ti had come out that he had cheated on his wife. After a few weeks away for personal family time, he announced he would be returning to Twitch today at 2pm. Within an hour, not only did he have hundreds of donations flooding his stream, but the amount of traffic was so great that it actually cashed his channel and caused Twitch to experience several errors. To which, he took great pride in while it was down.
— Dr DisRespect (@DrDisRespect) February 5, 2018
At the height of his stream’s viewer count, he had over 330,000 people watching him live! That’s pretty damn impressive and puts a lot of high-profile channels by bigger companies to shame, so good on him for the massive return. As of when this story goes live, he is still streaming into the evening, catching up with as many as he can while playing Fortnite. If you’d like to see if his stream can withstand another barrage of viewers, feel free to check it out here.
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