Dr Disrespect Teases His Return To Streaming With Video On Twitter
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Dr Disrespect Teases His Return To Streaming With Video On Twitter

Alex Garton
16 July 2020

A new video from Dr Disrespect hints at his return to streaming.

There has been very little information surrounding Dr Disrespects ban from Twitch.

Neither side has shed any light on the reason for the ban or the future of Dr Disrespect's streaming career.

Fans of Dr Disrespect have been left wondering whether they'll ever see Doc on screen again.

That was until today when Dr Disrespect released a teaser style video to his Twitter.

Check it out below:

The Mysterious Video

The mysterious video depicts Doc in a dark alley with a music track in the background.

While the video reveals very little surrounding the future of Doc, the lyrics contain a number of hints.

Two significant lines include 'it's out of my hands' and 'you can never take away the power of my soul'.

We can assume this means that although Doc's ban is out of his control, his streaming career is far from over.

This will be a big relief for his fans who have been left in the dark for over a month.

New Opportunities 

This wasn't the only news surrounding Doc that has came out today.

In an interview with PC Gamer, Doc revealed that he will definitely not be returning to Twitch.

However, he followed this by stating he is exploring options surrounding streaming and is opens to new opportunities.

Overall, the news surrounding Doc is very positive for his fans and the streaming community.

There are plenty of alternative streaming platforms that he could potentially begin streaming on.

Facebook and Youtube are just a few that are open for him to explore.

Despite this, there are still a number of unanswered questions surrounding Doc's ban from Twitch.

After nearly a month after the ban, fans are beginning to wonder if they'll ever find out the true reason behind it.

Now, all we can do is wait for his return, whenever it may be.

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