The doctor is (back) in.
The popular twitch streamer Guy "Dr. Disrespect" Beahm was reinstated after a two-week ban.
Beahms The station, which currently has close to 3.5 million followers on Twitch (of which several thousand are subscribers), was initially suspended during the E3 201
Because this violates the law in California, it violates Twitch's Community Guidelines. These state that "sharing content that violates someone else's reasonable expectations" (such as using the restroom) is a valid reason for disabling a user. Beahm was also deprived of his E3 badge by ESA, according to a Kotaku report.
After his sudden departure from the show, the streamer released a highlight-role video of his short time on E3 tweeting "Misfortunes lead to relapses." Although Beahm himself made no public remarks regarding the reconnection of his channel – at the time of this post if it's offline, and the stream is not scheduled, Twitch users flooded the chat with comments and signed up for their paid subscription option.  Where do you stand to Dr. Disrespects prohibition and reinstatement? Let us know in the comments and stay tuned to more about Twitch and the streaming community at IGN.