If you’ve ever asked yourself how many people popular streamers could actually attract to a live show, then Dr DisRespect and Dreamhack are on hand to provide the answer.
Hugely popular live streamer Dr DisRespect moved his setup to the stage during the Dreamhack Winter season 2017 event,
,as a live audience of thousands watched him live stream directly in front of them.
Known for his charismatic live streams on Twitch, Dr DisRespect surged in popularity over the past year, known for streaming Battle Royale games such as H1Z1 and Player Unkown’s Battlegrounds as well as console titles such as Call of Duty, with his motto associated with “violence, speed as well as momentum” driving the action.
Recently picking up his award for Streamer of the year at the Esports Industry Awards, the Doctor’s next event appearance took the form a live stream for a stadium audience, courtesy of Dreamhack’s Winter Esports and also Gaming convention in Jönköping, Sweden.
Playing primarily Battle Suprême game Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds, the Doctor put on the show, both in the actual cyber space and the physical.
The gameplay was also casted for the audience at some sections,
, all while Dr DisRespect was live on his personal channel.
Perhaps the Doctor will consider making this a regular thing, and could set a precedent meaning fans could see live-performed-live-streams at more gaming events in the future.