Streamers -> DrDisRespect
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Encinitas, California, U.S.A
Story of DrDisRespect
DrDisrespect entered into gaming at the age of five. He used to play Pitfall on the Atari 2600. Nevertheless, his immense love for gaming continued further in his life. DrDisRespect switched to other games and controllers at the age of 12. At that age, he participated in a gaming tournament called the 1994 Blockbuster Video Game Championships at Vallejo, California, and won the championship.
Moreover, DrDisRespect opened a YouTube channel with his roommate at the beginning of January 2010. They were focused on skit videos and gameplay of Call of Duty. The name originated from his idea of an extreme satirist and macho delineation of gamers.
DrDisRespect took a break from YouTube streaming in 2011. He was appointed in Sledgehammer Games as a map designer and community manager. However, he opened an account on Justin. tv in 2015.DrDisRespect enjoyed the gameplays of other streamers for free. He left his job and began with a full-time streaming career. DrDisrespect started to stream on Twitch. His gaming ideas and entertaining gameplays amazed his viewers. So, he engaged many followers and viewers.
Furthermore, Twitch bans DrDisrespect on 26 June of 2020. His fans felt disheartened with Twitch for this reason. But they didn’t get the proper reason for his ban on Twitch. However, DrDisRespect and his followers assumed many reasons for his permanent ban. After the Twitch suspension, DrDisrespect again started to stream on YouTube on 7 August of 2020. He also got into numerous controversies and rumors.
Beahm is associated with his merchandise sales website named Champions Club. He collaborates with Gillette, ASUS, Roccat, and Game fuel for sponsorships. Beahm will release his personal memoir titled ‘Violence. Speed. Momentum.’ on 30 March of 2021.
Real-life of DrDisRespect
Beahm was born in California. Thus, he doesn’t share much information about his parents and siblings on social media. Beahm completed his graduation from California State Polytechnic University at Pamona in 2005. Beahm loves to play basketball since his college life. Thus, He was into gaming from an early age. After his graduation, Beahm worked in a professional gaming company.
Furthermore, he got married to Mrs. Assassin. His wife inspired him to choose the full-time streaming career instead of the job. Because she noticed his love for gaming and supported him. They have a beautiful daughter as well. Beahm loves and supports his family wholeheartedly. He even took a break from streaming for a while to give proper focus and time to his family.
DrDisrespect mostly played Call of Duty: Warzone from the beginning of his gaming career on different streaming platforms. Then, he streams different kinds of games like Fortnite, H1Z1: Battle Royale, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Apex Legends, Escape from Tarkov, Ring of Elysium, Counter-Strike: Global Offence, and more games on Twitch. DrDisRespect streamed Call of Duty: Warzone and PlayersUnknowns Battleground regularly and attended some championship tournaments.
DrDisrespect had 28,820 total subscribers with 24158 shared and 4662 none shared subscribers and 3986 gifted subscribers till 26 June of 2020. Moreover, His average viewership was 28,049 and his peak viewership was 71,688 with 181,911,226 views.
Income & Net worth of DrDisRespect
DrDisRespect earns approximately $500,000 to $1 million USD annually. The estimated net worth of DrDisRespect is almost $6 million USD. His monthly income is between $30,000-$35,000 only from his subscribers. Thus, he also generates his income from YouTube monetization and brand sponsorships.
- ‘Streamer of the Year’ award at the Esports Awards in 2017.
- ‘Trending Gamer’ at “The Game Awards” in 2017.
- ‘Streamer of the Year’ award at the Esports Awards in 2019.
“I decided to change my gamer tag from ‘Diarrhea Panic.’ The Doctor character originated from playing Halo 2 on the Xbox, and it had proximity chat where you could engage with someone in real-time on the microphone, and I loved that; I ate that up.”
“They funded my studio, rent and broke down the revenue made from streaming. It came down to my wife, and she said to try to stream and see where it went.”
I always had him on the third monitor when I worked at Sledgehammer, and he’s always a fun watch. He’s someone I looked up to for how he handled his audience and himself; I’ve always enjoyed how he read his donations because he reads every single one. He’s an inspiration.”
“A lot of it is determined with what games come out, and you play off the entertainment ideas that will organically surface. I don’t know if I want to do twitch forever because I’m not in my 20s, but we’ll see.”
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