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DrDisRespect

Dr DisRespect

Two times, American YouTuber and former Twitch streamer
Name Herschel "Guy" Beahm IV
Age
38 (March 10, 1982)
Profession
American YouTuber and former Twitch streamer
Nationality
American
Highlight
2 Time of Streamer of the Year and 1x Trending Gamer
Team
None
Current Favourite Game
H1Z1, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Black Ops 4: Blackout and Apex Legends
Last Updated
August 2020

DrDisRespect is a professional H1Z1 and PUBG player and has competed in tournaments against other good players.

On March 16, 2011, Beahm was appointed as the community manager of Sledgehammer Games. He was promoted to level designer and helped create many of the multiplayer maps for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.

According to Beahm, on September 11, 2018, an unknown person shot at his house with a BB gun and hit an upstairs window. This was reportedly the second time that someone shot at his house. On January 10, 2019, Creative Artists Agency signed Beahm as a client.

Dr DisRespect Career Highlights

Year Awards Category Result
2017
Esports Industry Awards
Streamer of the Year
Won
2017
The Game Awards
Trending Gamer
Won
2019
Esports Industry Awards
Streamer of the Year
Won

Dr DisRespect Most Popular Video on YouTube

Dr DisRespect’s most popular video on YouTube is titled Shroud & Dr DisRespect showing how it’s done at Dreamhack. This video was uploaded in June 2018. This video got over 4m views so far and 74k likes.

Dr DisRespect First Video on YouTube

Dr DisRespect’s most popular video on YouTube is titled Dr DisRespect Gaming: The Docs Very 1st Video. Dr Disrespect got 459k views and 12k likes on this video.

Dr DisRespect Wiki

Herschel Guy Beahm IV is better known online as DrDisRespect (referred to as the Doc), is an American YouTuber, streamer and gamer, who has gained success for his appearance on live streams. He is a professional H1Z1 and PUBG player and has competed in tournaments against other good players. Herschel still plays Blackout, Apex Legends, H1Z1, and Fortnite on YouTube Live alongside a variety of shooter games. Herschel was one of the most popular Twitch Streamers in the platform, but had since been banned and made a switch to YouTube and live-streamed from there. He is 38 years old and was born on March 10, 1982.

Dr DisRespect Awards and Achievements

DatePrizeTournamentsWonGame
2018-10-181stBoomTV Code Red 2018-10-18$6,000.00Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
2016-10-028thH1Z1 Invitational 2016 (Game 2)$5,344.88H1Z1
2018-11-012ndBoomTV Code Red 2018-11-01$2,500.00Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
2018-12-062ndBoomTV Code Red 2018-12-06$2,500.00Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
2020-03-251stTwitch Rivals Warzone Streamer Showdo$2,300.00Call of Duty: Warzone
2019-04-025thTwitch Rivals Apex Legends Rematch Challe$2,083.33Apex Legends
2019-12-203rdBoomTV Code Red 2019-12-20$2,000.00Call of Duty: Warzone
2019-02-152ndCode Red #1$1,666.67Apex Legends
2019-02-125thTwitch Rivals: ALC North America 1$1,666.67Apex Legends

Dr DisRespect Career and Personal life

Beahm graduated from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona in 2005, where he played NCAA Division II basketball.

Beahm’s first video was posted on January 11, 2010, showing the gameplay of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. He was featured in multiple videos for the gaming channel Machinima, mostly playing Call of Duty. Beahm went inactive from YouTube in late 2011 and did not release any content for nearly five years.

On March 16, 2011, Beahm was appointed as the community manager of Sledgehammer Games.[11] He was promoted to level designer and helped create many of the multiplayer maps for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Beahm joined Justin.tv (now Twitch) while he was working at Sledgehammer. He quit Sledgehammer in 2015 to focus on a full-time streaming career

Beahm gained a following from playing battle royale games, starting with H1Z1 before switching to PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and then moving on to Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. In December 2017, he took a two-month hiatus from streaming to tend to his relationship with his wife, after having admitted to being unfaithful to her. Beahm and his wife have a daughter. He returned on February 5, 2018, with a total peak of 388,000 concurrent viewers, just shy of beating Tyler1’s record of 410,000. His popularity has led to sponsorship deals with Gillette, ASUS, Razer, and G Fuel.

According to Beahm, on September 11, 2018, an unknown person shot at his house with a BB gun and hit an upstairs window. This was reportedly the second time that someone shot at his house. On January 10, 2019, Creative Artists Agency signed Beahm as a client.

Dr DisRespect Streaming persona

Beahm is regarded as an entertainer in the streaming industry, rather than a “professional gamer.” ESPN describes him as “a WWE character in the competitive gaming world”, and he has himself said “I created a character who plays multiplayer video games, and he’s considered the most dominating gaming specimen.

When playing as the Dr Disrespect character, Beahm wears a black mullet wig, sunglasses, a red or black long-sleeved athletic moisture-wicking shirt, and a red or black tactical vest. One of his most notable catchphrases is “I’m on top of the mountain, and I’m only halfway up!”, and his motto is “Violence. Speed. Momentum”. He sports a mustache he has named “Slick Daddy” aka “The Poisonous Ethiopian Caterpillar”

Dr DisRespect Controversies

  • E3 bathroom filming incident

    On June 11, 2019, Beahm’s DrDisrespect Twitch channel was suspended as he was IRL streaming (“in real life”) while attending the 2019 edition of the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles, California. Beahm’s cameraman followed him into a public restroom (he re-entered the bathroom on two occasions, with filming still going on) at the venue in violation of Twitch’s privacy rules and privacy laws in the California Penal Code. In addition, E3 organizer Entertainment Software Association revoked Beahm’s E3 pass, banning him from the event. Twitch reinstated the DrDisrespect channel on June 25

  • Racism accusation

    Musician Jimmy Wong compiled a series of clips in which Beahm caricatures Chinese accents and language and accused him of racism on this basis. In response, Beahm claimed that some of his best friends are Asian and called the criticism “laughable”.

  • Permanent ban from Twitch

    On June 26, 2020, the DrDisrespect Twitch account was banned from Twitch. Twitch’s official statement on the ban said “As is our process, we take appropriate action when we have evidence that a streamer has acted in violation of our Community Guidelines or Terms of Service. These apply to all streamers regardless of status or prominence in the community”. No specific details have been released. On June 27, Beahm tweeted that he had not yet been informed on the exact reason for the ban. On July 16, 20 days after he was banned, he broke his silence and was interviewed by PC Gamer and the Washington Post; insisting that he still does not know why Twitch banned him from the platform, that his contracts were still in good standing, debunks any “crazy speculation” or theory that developed and is focusing on his upcoming “Doc 3.0” personality. He was reportedly struggling to search “for words and issued several stuttering responses to questions” about it during one of the interviews.

    On August 6, after 42 days of not streaming, he tweeted a link to his YouTube channel with the caption “Tomorrow, we arrive.”He went live on YouTube at the same time, but the stream only showed a looping video of a custom Champions Club gas station. He also confirmed that he would show up on stream at 12:00PM PT on the following day. On August 7th, DrDisrespect returned to his stream at 1PM PST. The reason of his ban still remains unknown.