E3 2019 had a lot of breathtaking moments, from Keanu Reeves walking on stage to announce the Cyberpunk 2077 release date, to the amazing Borderlands 3 stand and much more. However, one incident involving Twitch streamer Dr Disrespect was probably the worst of E3 this year. Now, Dr Disrespect’s Twitch Channel is back online after a ban that only lasted about two weeks.
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For those who don’t know, Dr Disrespect filmed his visit to the bathrooms at E3 and shouted “Bodyguard” with several thousand people watching on the stream. The stream included many E3 attendees using the urinals in the bathroom, including a child. Then, Dr Disrespect went into a bathroom stall locking himself inside.
Further, he re-entered the bathroom two more times and even used the urinal himself while his cameraman was standing behind him filming it all. This was apparently to show the conditions of the E3 bathrooms.
Then, his E3 pass was revoked and his Twitch channel suspended. Now, Guy “Dr Disrespect” Beahm’s Twitch channel is live again but nothing has been streamed yet and the bathroom incident has obviously not been archived, as that would be against Twitch rules.
It remains to be seen if the streamer will talk about the incident in his next stream and I wonder how many viewers he will gain (or potentially lose) thanks to his E3 bathroom escapades.
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What is your take on this infamous E3 2019 incident? Do you think Dr Disrespect should have been banned for longer or not at all? Let us know in the comment section below.