xQc explains why he thinks Dr Disrespect is silent about Twitch ban


On a July 16 show, Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel reacted to Dr. Disrespect’s first interview since he was banned from Twitch in June. The former Overwatch pro explained why he thought the streamer was so silent about his removal from the platform. On June 26, Twitch unexpectedly banned one of their biggest stars, Dr. Disrespect. Weeks later, fans are still not close to finding out the reason, as the streaming company has not made any further statements explaining the shocking decision.

However, Doc finally broke his silence on July 16 and opened up to several media outlets about the suspension. Reacting to his responses, the popular streamer xQc explained to viewers why he thinks the double champion doesn’t say much.

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The popular Twitch streamer has given his thoughts on Dr. Disrespect’s first interviews since his ban.

xQc explains why he thinks Dr Disrespect is calm

In reading the interview with PC Gamer, xQc commented that he was not currently interested in becoming exclusive on another platform. “I’m going to make an educated guess, and I hope it’s not taken badly. But it’s a bit the opposite, ”he said. “I think based on what happened, I don’t think the streaming platforms are interested in getting into an exclusivity if Twitch doesn’t want it anymore. ”

Regarding why Dr. Disrespect did not go to social media to challenge his ban, the Canadian explained, “Even if it’s not a legal issue, if you make a statement or anything what, even like a hello on social media, it’s a It’s a status display. It’s like, “Oh man, you looked happy there. I feel like this is a risk that some people may not want to take. ”

The 24-year-old then said he didn’t think he was lying about not being told the reason for his ban, but is skeptical of his ignorance of what it could be. “He’s not lying when he says he doesn’t know why, but I’m pretty sure they at least have a good idea of ​​what it could be. Definitely, man.

Finally, the streamer also hit critics who wondered why Doc had not outright denied any allegations in the interview. “They say” but he did not say no! “… Dude, that’s just a safety net for the interview. [the interviewer] has already asked for two possible things he could have been banned for, now a third. I think he’s just like, “Just stop with those fucking king guesses.” What is it, trial and error guy? “

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During his broadcast, the former Overwatch streamer told his audience that he would not “speculate” as to why Dr. Disrespect had been banned, and warned viewers not to speculate. . xQc also hypothesized that other companies might be interested in doing a multi-stream with Doc where it can be uploaded to multiple platforms “simultaneously”.

While The Canadian is generally known for his varied content and explosive personality, Lengyel often gives his in-depth views on the streaming industry. The veteran continues to be one of the most watched personalities on Twitch with more than 3.2 million subscribers on his channel at the time of writing.


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