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Fans show their love for Dr DisRespect during #Doctober

Image Credits: Dr DisRespect/YouTube
Image Credits: Dr DisRespect/YouTube
Dipanjan Dey
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Modified 05 Nov 2020
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Fans paid homage to Dr DisRespect with a magnificent display of gratitude through cosplay during #Doctober. 

#Doctober is the event he hosts every year during October to celebrate Halloween. Fans flock to their social media with multiple videos of cosplay, gameplay, and vines to compete in this event. While Dr DisRespect gives everyone a firm handshake for their efforts, some go on to win the best entry.

Last year, #Doctober was one of the most trending things on Twitter and Twitch. However, this year, after Doc's ban from Twitch, fans came together and showed their love for the Two-Time in an outstanding manner. 

Also read: The truth behind Dr Disrespect's ban is finally coming to light


Fans share outstanding cosplay videos during #Doctober

Image Credits: Dr DisRespect/YouTube
Image Credits: Dr DisRespect/YouTube

Dr DisRespect is perhaps one of the most enigmatic entertainers in the history of live streaming. The kind of content he makes is eccentric, hilarious, and at the same time, non-generic. While Doc has been criticized for his modus operandi, he still stands out from his fellow streamers.

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Image Credits: Dr DisRespect/YouTube
Image Credits: Dr DisRespect/YouTube

There is no doubt that even after his fiasco with Twitch, Dr DisRespect is still one of the most popular streamers in the world. Recently, a collaboration with Rogue Company gave Doc his very own in-game skin. Despite experts claiming that Ninja, Loserfruit, and Lachlan could say the same (in Fortnite), there has been no one for which a game has dedicated an entire map to an online persona. 

Image Credits: Dr DisRespect/YouTube
Image Credits: Dr DisRespect/YouTube

Not only that, Dr DisRespect's skin in Rogue Company comes with a fantastic set of voice-overs based on the iconic dialogues of Doc. Jake Lucky from Esports Talk spoke at length about Dr DisRespect pulling ahead of Ninja and other streamers.

"When you think of the top-ranking people out there, you got Doc, you got Ninja, MrBeast, G2, 100 Thieves, who's done it best so far, and has Doc just topped them? I think a lot of this probably depends on the success of a game like Rogue Company. Otherwise, it probably still goes to a guy like Ninja, who remains the only creator to have his own skin, in I believe, two separate games."
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Image Credits: Dr DisRespect/YouTube
Image Credits: Dr DisRespect/YouTube

Regardless of all the criticism and controversy, Dr DisRespect began his stream on YouTube to announce the winners from #Doctober. He mentioned several times that all the entries were winners for him, especially because of the passion they had shown. Doc went on to share some of the videos created, and they looked absolutely stunning. 

Image Credits: Dr DisRespect/YouTube
Image Credits: Dr DisRespect/YouTube

It shows how Dr DisRespect inspires a significant faction of the audience that loves live streaming and gaming. In a way, he has his own army of fans, supporting the Champions Club through all hardships. Some of these videos were quite hilarious and also mocked the 'Purple Platform.'

Although it has been challenging for Dr DisRespect during his legal battle with Twitch, it seems that he is doing better than ever. Doc's YouTube streams give us an idea of what the live streaming scene might have been without the Two-Time and his antics. 

In the end, Dr DisRespect changed the winners from the top three to top-five and awarded Jesse Navaro and his son London the first prize. He concluded by saying, "Ladies and gentlemen, it felt so good to end it today, knowing that we have one of the greatest #Doctobers ever, the best one yet."

Published 04 Nov 2020, 16:26 IST
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