Guy “DrDisRespect” Beahm will do something new on his Twitch channel for E3.
He’s doing his first-ever real-life livestream today while at the conference. He announced it yesterday while co-streaming Ubisoft’s presentation at the event, saying he’s “juiced up” for this stream.
“Literally, the stream is going to start off with me having breakfast, walking to the front of the line, walking into the event,” Doc said. “And we’ll be walking around the entire event. We’re going to try to see as much shit as possible.”
DrDisRespect will start his livestream at 2pm CT. He had teased this IRL stream as a “special event” early yesterday in the morning when he published his streaming schedule for this week. Now he’s confirmed that he’ll be walking around the E3 show floor and booths, and we have yet to learn if he’ll take part in any special announcement from gaming companies.
Doc mostly streams first-person shooter games like Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds, Apex Legends, and Call of Duty’s Blackout. When he’s not streaming games, he’s chatting with his viewers before he does so, but it’s the first time we’ll have live footage of Doc doing anything in character but not in a game.
IRL streams are centered around interactions with viewers and other people, so it should be an interesting experience for both Doc and his viewers. Someone as famous as Doc is sure to attract lots of attention, so his special stream could turn into just broadcast of him taking pictures with fans or talking to random people on the show floor.
But it’s Dr Disrespect we’re talking about, so he’s probably prepared for anything, and he’ll have a camera crew to help him.
You can watch Doc’s first IRL stream today on his Twitch channel.