Dr Disrespect 'Caught' Reinstalling PUBG After Deleting the Game in a Rage

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Popular Twitch streamer Dr Disrespect was "caught" red-handed reinstalling PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds after deleting the game in a rage. PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is one of several battle royale games enjoyed by the streamer but Dr Disrespect had deleted the game from his computer after becoming upset with his performance.

The battle royale streamer tried to get some sort of higher power to help him raise his skills in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, with a clip of him saying nonsensical words and holding crystals being viewed by more than 15,000 people. This was unsuccessful, though, and Dr. Disrespect uninstalled the game after missing a headshot and slamming the game's programming and engine saying that it's making him "sick."

However, during his stream sign off, the streamer was caught reinstalling the game. Dr. Disrespect's explosive sign off scene ran and when it ended, the streamer could be seen on Steam as he clicked to install PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds again. The streamer sees that he's been caught and looks bewildered. The sometimes controversial streamer appears to mutter something under his breath after picking up on his mistake.

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As many fans have picked up on, this was probably no accident and the streamer knows what he's doing. Someone like this doesn't become one of Twitch's most subscribed to streamers by not paying attention to their stream production or what they are showing in a broadcast. Mistakes happen but the streamer's comedic timing in the clip is just too good for this to have been a mistake.

These kinds of quirks are also part of Dr. Disrespect's personality. The streamer doesn't often break character, other than rare occasions like his apology after he was banned from Twitch for streaming in a bathroom at E3 2019. That he streamed in a bathroom is also part of the behavior that Dr. Disrespect's viewers enjoy.

This also isn't the first time that the streamer has uninstalled PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. Dr. Disrespect uninstalled the game in September 2017 after he faced technical issues but he did come back to it again. If the streamer does decide to leave PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds for good then he does have several other replacements. Tencent has made an Overwatch clone with a dog battle royale game mode and Tetris 99, a Tetris battle royale game for Nintendo Switch also released this year. Dr. Disrespect will likely stick to PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and its bugs, but he does have some options.

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Source: Dexerto

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