Ladies and gentlemen, the two-time, back-to-back, 1993-1994 Blockbuster video game champion is back on Twitch.
And guess what? He was so close to breaking the single stream Twitch viewer record set earlier this year by Tyler1. I mean, how can you blame him? The six-foot eight gaming powerhouse, now of the newly rebranded Champions Club, was one of the most entertaining, if not the most entertaining, streamer on the platform before taking a hiatus.
He became the center of controversy when he took a hiatus in December stemming from him on stream saying he was unfaithful. After a month an a half break, it's clear his return has sparked interest in the gaming community.
His return was bound to bring in numbers.
Within 20 minutes Doc had over 300,000 viewers and was reeling in $250 donations like it was nobody's business. He also claimed over 7,000 people had subscribed to the Champions Club. He also won his first game back.
CORRECTION: In an earlier version of this article, incorrectly stated, DrDisrespect had eclipsed Tyler1's Twitch record of 386,000. His actual peak was 366,000 according to Twinge.tv