“Lots of Hidden Projects,” Dr Disrespect on His Plans for the New Year

Published 01/03/2021, 6:25 AM EST


2020 was a rather interesting year for content creators. The streaming industry saw a massive spike in views helping the streamers attain new pinnacles. Now that the new year has begun, fans are excited to know what Dr Disrespect has in store for them this year.

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One of the most notorious personalities on the internet, Doc recently teased his plans for the upcoming months. Sadly, he didn’t give us details but admitted that we can hear about them sooner rather than later.

He said, “What a f**king year, huh, Jesus Christ,” The Doc said, ending his brief recap of 2020. We got some big things lined for next year, I can’t go into the details, it starts off literally… potentially, a hint, a glimpse, a tease, next week potentially. I don’t know. I mean, I do know, but I ain’t gonna tell you–or I might. That’s going to jumpstart things.”

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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – JULY 10: Dr DisRespect attends The 2019 ESPYs at Microsoft Theater on July 10, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images)

Dr Disrespect had a rollercoaster year

The Two-Time didn’t have the perfect start to 2020. A fake video clip of the Doc being involved in a car crash from 2019 surfaced which sent the entire community into a state of frenzy. While the American YouTuber was doing perfectly fine, his ardent followers attempted to unravel the truth behind the origin of the video. Sadly, all attempts proved rather futile.

Additionally, Twitch handed him a ban, but the reason for the same was shrouded in mystery.

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During one of his live streams, the Two-Time received a considerable donation to which he said,“I mean, last time we did a charity, we raised $80,000 and then got banned.

He didn’t explicitly say the donations were a driving reason for his ban. But he insinuated that it may have had some bearing.

Plans for the future

Be that as it may, he then made a shift to YouTube and, as expected, has been dominating the platform ever since. Just a few months back, there were growing rumors about the Two-Time joining the Call of Duty League as an owner. But he’s kept everything under wraps so we can’t say whether it’s happening anytime soon.

He also shared his liking for Rogue Company and revealed that he would like to be more actively involved. To accomplish this, he shared glimpses of the map he designed for the game.

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Moreover, Doc has also previously revealed his plans of hosting his own award show. While we don’t have many details on the subject, it is possible the award show could take place this year as a way of making his streams more entertaining.

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Like every streamer, Dr Disrespect, too, will also be looking forward to making things grander than ever. And this is what he insinuated in his recent stream.

“Lots of hidden projects, slowly, taking a slower approach, not just doing it just to do it, doing it right. These things gotta mature. And Champs, it’s all for the Champions Club baby!”

The fans might have to wait for a bit to hear more about his plans. However, it is safe to assume that it’s going to be bigger and better than ever.

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Nakul Ahuja is an Esports author at EssentiallySports. He has spent 11 years doing theatre and is currently preparing for his Master's degree in Journalism. Along the way, he hopes to rake in money as Ninja does.

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