Recently, Riot Games released new Valorant Beta Keys while players set the Twitch stream with an assigned Drops Enabled tag. League of Legends journalist Travis Gafford, however, found the well-known streamer Dr. DisRespect.
Admittedly, some streamers have discovered gaps in the way of bagging the beta keys. Apparently, numerous beta access scams surfaced among people selling online access accounts. While many do well to stay away from these locations and individuals, Dr. DisRespect can be said. The American streamer claimed that drops are enabled on his stream, although Valorant didn’t do it for him.
Gafford found it extremely suspicious and tried to alert him. Unfortunately Dr. DisRespect has a lot of influence on the streaming community, making it difficult for him and his legion of fans.
Head up, Dr. Dispect has had “drops”; in its title for the past two days, but its stream is not actually marked for key storage. Quite fraudulent. People in my twitching chat say that he forbids people who tell him to stop chatting and use submode.
– Travis Gafford (@TravisGafford) April 8, 2020
The saga started when Valorant’s closed beta went live and streamers broadcast their gameplay. They all hoped to earn a beta key. Dr. Dispect set up a stream called “DROPS MAXIMIZED” to attract viewers and did a good job.
Unfortunately, his stream misled thousands of fans hoping for access. If he was going to break Twitch records, he hit the target when he shot into the top ten streams for the launch day.
Where is it for Dr. DisRespect went wrong?
Obviously, Dr. Dispect lived up to his player name as many users claimed he tried and didn’t activate the drops. He left his stream title unchanged, though, some defenders claimed he forgot to change it.
He set up another stream claiming that valorant drops were enabled, titled “DROPS ALL DAY”. This turned out to be another lie since users couldn’t find his stream when they activated a filter. Apparently, several outraged fans called him out. However, he allegedly banned them and limited himself to subscribers.
Unfortunately, a few smaller streamers tried the same thing and took a page from his book. They tried to attract gullible viewers to their channels. Given that one of Twitch’s biggest names does such an act, this may not be a good example for followers.
Fragile, concerned little cashier. https://t.co/I5FFO7TPdy
– Dr. Disrespect (@drdispect) April 9, 2020