Strange rules to participate in the Dr Disrespect tournament in Fortnite

Strange rules to participate in the Dr Disrespect tournament in Fortnite

Participating in the Dr. Disrespect tournament without talking about it, seeing it, or quoting it, are the rules that streamers had to apply on Twitch.

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On May 27th was the Hot Shot Duo Drop tournament hosted by the one and only Dr. Disrespect. It took place in Fortnite, in a duo in the Zero Construction game mode and with $100,000 on the line for the occasion. The most famous streamers were invited to participate, such as Tfue, Summit1g, Dr. Lupo, Courage JD, TimTheTatman, or Ninja. So far, nothing new.

Tips to not get banned

However, it seems that all these streamers and especially those on Twitch had to apply certain rules at the risk of being banned by the platform. Dr. Disrespect and Twitch are like Fortnite and Apple, we love each other and we hate each other.

In 2020, Dr. Disrespect was banned from Twitch for mysterious reasons that led him to sue the streaming platform. Although the official reason has not yet been revealed, the famous mustache had posted a message on Twitter indicating that he had resolved his dispute with Twitch. However, it is not tomorrow the day before yesterday that he will return to it, especially since it is now on YouTube.

Therefore, with this suspension concern, it is stated as a course of action to be taken on Twitch, that discussing a suspended user is prohibited, as stated below.

“All suspensions must be served until they expire or are lifted following a successful appeal process. Any attempt to circumvent an account suspension or chat ban through other accounts, identities, or by appearing on another user’s account will also result in additional punishment against their accounts, up to indefinite suspension.

Additionally, using your channel to knowingly feature or advertise a suspended user is prohibited. We understand that there may be instances where users appear suspended on your stream due to circumstances beyond your control, such as third-party game tournaments. However, we count on you to act in good faith and remove them from your stream, prevent them from communicating with you, or at least limit their interactions with your stream. »

The five-time world chess champion, Hikaru Nakamura, had also suffered the consequences when he watched a chess match between Dr. Disrespect and Dr. Lupo on his Twitch channel. As the result, they banned him for 3 days.

Forbidden to talk about Dr. Disrespect

To counteract a multitude of suspensions, BoomTV, in charge of organizing Dr. Disrespect’s Hot Shot Duo Drop tournament, had stipulated a whole list of rules and tips to keep in mind, like Jake Lucky, the co-owner of Full Squad. game structure.

  • Use Hot Shot Duo Drop with Fortnite to talk about the event.
  • Using names other than Dr. Disrespect, such as two-time video game champion Blockbuster.
  • Hide Dr. Disrespect images, videos, and streams on your stream.
  • Mutates Dr. Disrespect in the game.
  • Pay attention when showing the tournament or bracket.

It may be that all streamers have been paying attention, given that to date none of them have been suspended by Twitch.

For the most curious, these are Tfue and Zemie who won the tournament and reached a peak of 124,364 viewers on Dr. Disrespect’s YouTube channel.

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