The two-time insisted he meant well with his constructive criticism. He wanted his harsh words to fuel the developers to improve things. Instead, it got him blacklisted from their event.
So, rather than letting bygones be bygones, Dr Disrespect stayed true to his philosophy of violence, speed, and momentum by throwing a little jab their way that implied it was their loss, not his.
Dr Disrespect was one of several streamers who was able to play and stream the new DMZ mode in Warzone on Nov. 10 and given his popularity on YouTube, it was a huge success.
The stream ran for almost ten hours, and in that time, more than 800,000 viewers watched it for an aggregate of 325,353 hours in total watch time, with a peak of 60,000 concurrent viewers.
The two-time shared those stats on social media, along with the following message: “Had a blast at the event today. Thanks for the invite, Call of Duty!”—as if to say he’s still a popular hit in the community, and they messed up by trying to outcast him.
His opinion could change over time. But, at this stage, it sounds like there’ll be plenty more criticism to come, especially once the new and improved Warzone officially releases on Nov. 16.