Warzone Streamer Buddies Dr Disrespect, TimTheTatman, and CouRage Puzzled After the Latter Declares to Play Elden Ring

Published 01/21/2023, 10:50 AM EST

Warzone streamers CouRage, Dr Disrespect, and TimTheTatman are three of the most entertaining streamers in the community. While one can find the trio queuing together occasionally, Twitter becomes a great platform to see them engaging in a conversation. Surprisingly, one update by CouRage snowballed into a puzzling exchange of comments amongst the trio.

The streamers are known to entertain their audience through their own mediums and their own ways. Moreover, the trio touches a five-digit viewership on their streams usually. And it seems Doc’s signature expression sent out waves of confusion for the other two.

Dr Disrespect, CouRage, and TimTheTatman sort out confusion regarding the former’s expressive statement


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Recently, CouRage tweeted, “Elden Ring Noob Plays Elden Ring for the first time…Here we go. Let it begin!” To give a context, the streamer was trying for days to organize a stream on Elden Ring but due to professional and personal duties, he wasn’t able to take a justified time out for playing 2022’s Game of the Year.

Finally, the day came when CouRage started playing Elden Ring and, as it turns out, it is one of the favorite games of Dr Disrespect who once gave transparent views about Elden Ring being the Game of the Year for 2022. Seemingly happy by the fact that CouRage was playing the game, Doc responded in his own way.

Doc replied to the tweet by saying, “Oh baby baby baby,” which turns out to be a way of him denoting something that is exciting. Puzzled by this, however, TimTheTatman said, “What.” Now, this became something that needed a conclusion.

To estimate a conclusion, CouRage put two thoughts forward, “Doc’s favorite game is Elden Ring, Or he is referencing how sexy I am.” Trying to put a conclusion to the raised confusion, CouRage put two thoughts in front of the other two.

Nothing has been said by anyone after that. On the positive end, the community got to see the cheerful exchange of jokes among the three streamer buddies which one can surely find when the trio queues together in a game.

Gulag goes back to its original form in the upcoming update for Call of Duty Warzone


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Call of Duty Warzone 2 has received some remarks from its community regarding the gaming mechanics and newly installed features. One feature that received questionable remarks from the players was the Gulab format getting changed to 2v2. Nonetheless, the feature will get back to its original form in the future.

The authorities have evidently heard the players’ suggestions. A few days ago, Infinity Ward went on Twitter to state that 1v1 format in Gulab will be returning in season 2.


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What other changes do you think need to come in Call of Duty Warzone? Do share your thoughts in the comments below.

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Astitava Kaushik

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Astitava Kaushik is an eSports writer at EssentiallySports. He holds a Master's degree in Media and Communication studies. Throughout the years, he has developed a knack for writing and deems to explore the skill in the eSports field, with games like Valorant, FIFA, and Call of Duty holding a very special place in his heart.

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