“I really don’t care”: Dr DisRespect explains he’s been banned from Call of Duty Warzone 2 for a week

Herschel Guy Beahm, popularly known as Dr DisRespect, has been banned. Call of Duty Warzone 2 for a while, but the streamer decided to reveal it a few days later because he didn’t think it was important to be banned for a week in the game, but why was Two-Time banned in a crazy scoring game? number of views of your channel?

He decided to reveal the background of his ban from the game in a YouTube livestream held a few days ago. In close conversation, he brought up the subject while once again notoriously mocking his enemy. “I should probably calm this account down” The streamer decided to stop playing games on their opponents, but users got curious when he said ‘.This‘ account. He repeatedly informed his viewers that the account on which he played the game did not belong to him.

“They banned the other for seven days for close chat use”. However, unlike other cases where the publisher was angry with the developers, he seemed quite calm and calm, claiming that it was only a matter of days and he would be unbanned again. “I really wasn’t going to say anything because I really don’t care, you know champions.” Doctor finished.

However, Dr DisRespect was not entirely spared skepticism when asked if his continued use of close chat was the reason he was banned from his chat. “Yeah, it was probably spam, but was it really that”? It was clear that the publisher was cynical and implicitly implied that there was malicious intent behind this 7-day ban on Call of Duty Warzone 2.

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Dr DisRespect’s ban precedes $100,000 OpTic Warzone tournament

"I really don't care": Dr DisRespect announces he's been banned from Call of Duty Warzone 2 for a week
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Dr DisRespect might have been the game’s most outspoken critic since its release mid-November. He was also disappointed when he learned that Activision hadn’t invited him to the game’s Creators meeting, but that didn’t stop him from playing the game. The publisher has a bittersweet relationship with Call of Duty because he removed the game after being enraged by some bugs in the game, but returned to Al-Mazrah days later.

The streamer was also excited to be a part of the $100,000 tournament hosted by OpTic Texas but was unfortunately banned from the game. Despite being settled and practicing from an alternate account, it helped him win third place in the tournament with CourageJD and walk away with $3,000 in prize money.

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Fans react to Dr DisRespect’s ban

The publisher’s fans protested his in-game ban, emphasizing that the in-game lobby has always been toxic, probably even more so than what the publisher did to their opponents. One of his fans wrote: “If Dr DisRespect is banned, so is my ban.”

Despite being banned, that has little to do with the viewership stats it regularly receives, as fans are still excited to see the Two-Time crush every day in Call of Duty Warzone 2.

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