Most well known as Dr Disrespect, Herschel “Guy” Beahm is an online streamer who used to stream on Twitch until he was banned from the platform in June 2020. This Internet celebrity currently streams on YouTube engaging himself in several games such as Fortnite, H1Z1, Black Ops 4: Blackout, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Call of Duty: Warzone and Apex Legends. Who knew playing battle royale games could bring one over 3 million subscribers on YouTube? Even more interesting is the fact that this gamer got over 4.45 million followers before his ban on Twitch!
Following his ban from Twitch and being plugged off from his partnership with the social platform Discord, the Doc appears to be taking a hit from his sponsor – financially speaking. Another thing that decreased his net worth down is the fact that his vinyl action figure from LAMO has also been pulled from their site- his $29.99 toy was previously displayed on their website alongside fellow streamers like Shroud, Ninja, and TimTheTatMan, but it appears to have been deleted.
And yet, over the last year, this American online streaming kind has increased his net worth up from the low ranks since being removed from the G Fuel site, where he was previously one of the energy company’s biggest sponsors. In this article, we take a look at how Dr Disrespect’s net worth rose despite the many challenges he faced.
Dr Disrespect Net Worth and Things Most Searched About Him!
Why did Dr. Disrespect get banned from Twitch?
The reason for Dr. Disrespect’s ban from Twitch is still unknown. Recently Dr. Disrespect spoke about what happened and cited an ongoing legal battle, the details of which he did not reveal, as the reason for his ban from Twitch. Even today, no one really knows the answer to the question: Why did Dr. Disrespect get banned from Twitch?’.
What Cars do Dr. Disrespect Own?
We have seen Dr. Disrespect in the driver seat of a red Lamborghini Diablo quite often in his streams.
Although we are not sure about how many and what types of cars he owns, this online streamer recently shared a photograph of a brand new ‘Back to the Future Car’, a 1981 DC Lorean on his Twitter.
What is Dr. Disrespect’s famous catchphrase and motto?
Dr. Disrespect quite often says “I’m on top of the mountain, and I’m only halfway up!” during his streams. His motto is: ‘Violence. Speed. Momentum’ which also happens to be the title of his upcoming book which is coming out on 30 March 2021.
How much money does Dr. Disrespect make in a day?
The online streamer created an average of $2000 every day from his streams, advertisement, sponsorships, and other sources of income.
How many viewers did Dr Disrespect have on twitch?
Dr. Disrespect had 4.45 million followers on Twitch. Before he was banned from the platform, he had accumulated over 12.21 million hours in viewer hours.
Is there a Dr. Disrespect TV Show Upcoming?
Dr Disrespect signed a TV deal with Skybound Entertainment, in late 2019. The plot of this animated show will be how a fictional character based on Dr Disrespect (or his real name Beahm), worked his way to the top.
Is Dr. Disrespect actually the TWO-TIME?
Dr. Disrespect often calls himself the ‘The Two Time Champion’ or ‘Mr. Two-Time’. There is little proof to back up his claims but Dr. Disrespect claims to be the two-time ‘ Blockbuster Video Game World Champion’ after he won back-to-back NBA Jam Tournaments in 1993 and 1994.
Is there any Dr. Disrespect Book Upcoming?
Dr Disrespect went public to promote his personal memoir titled ‘Violence. Speed. Momentum’, on August 17, 2020. The book is due to be released on March 30, 2021. Some of the Doc’s other sponsors, including his deal with Mountain Dew, are still up in the air.
Dr Disrespect Net Worth:
- Last year, according to MoneyInc, Dr DisRespect had an estimated net worth of $3.5m (£2.7m) in 2020.
- As of this year, Dr. Disrespect’s Net Worth is estimated to be somewhere between $4-6 million in 2021.
- Dr. Disrespect’s Net Worth comes from his game streaming donations, subscriptions, game streams in and of itself, advertisements, sponsorship deals and merchandise sales.
- He was also named Trending Gamer at the Gaming Awards in 2017.
- His fans can definitely argue that Herschel “Guy” Beahm who identifies as Dr DisRespect is climbing up despite ( according to speculation ) his ban.
- If this online streamer was not banned from Twitch, where he had over 4.45 million followers and steady revenue, his Net Worth could have been much more than what it currently is.
- In addition to earning his money from gaming and his career, he’s got a few awards under his belt, having won Streamer Of The Year at the Esports Industry Awards in 2017 and 2019.
Making Money Through Twitch Streaming
Prior to his infamous ban from Twitch, Dr. Disrespect garnered over 30,000 paid subscribers. He made himself approximately between $30,000 to $35,000 a month from paid subscribers alone. Which means that an average of $300,000 a year was his income just from subscribers. This sum is indeed without taking into account his other channels of revenue such as advertisement and donations.
Initially in 2011, DisRespect became the community manager for video game developer, Sledgehammer Games. When things were going good for him, he worked his way up to a level designer and contributed to many of the popular multiplayer maps used in ” Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.”
As this gaming Doc began to garner a huge streaming audience, he soon quit his conventional job to dedicate himself to a career of streaming. Today, had the man still be allowed to stream on Twitch alone, Dr. Disrespect would have been earning well over half a million dollars a year.
Making Money Through Youtube
Since his infamous ban from Twitch, he made his comeback to the streaming world on August 7.
So far the famous Dr Disrespect has a channel that has almost 500 videos in his channel. Most of his streams attract over 500k views with a few getting over 1.5 M views – this is how he has grown since 2020. Yes, Dr Disrespect earned back some money after he turned to YouTube Gaming.
Dr Disrespect’s comeback did great for him financially and in terms of views, it was also a success.
Financially, Dr. Disrespect makes an average of $2000 every day from his streams, advertisement, sponsorships, and other sources of cash flow. And in terms of views, the charts showed that his comeback stream attracted more than half a million followers leading to over 3.2 million subscribers on YouTube.
Making Money Through playing Fortnite
Dr. Disrespect plays an array of games, a major portion of which are Battle Royale Games. Amongst others, Dr. Disrespect has also shown off his skill at playing Fortnite quite a few times while streaming but doesn’t fancy the game much.
The online streamer has also never entered any major Fortnite tournament but at the same time has been very vocal about his views on Fortnite claiming that instead of Fortnite, games such as Counter Strike: Global Offensive or CS:GO should have $30 Million events.
“Imagine Counter-Strike putting on a $30 million dollar tournament. Wooho! Now you’re talking real. Now you’re talking stakes, now you’re talking entertainment. Now you’re talking true, pro gaming at its finest”, stated Doctor Disrespect in an interview.
Making Money Through Being A Social Media Influencer
Apart from being a well known name in the gaming industry, Herschel “Guy” Beahm is also an internet celebrity and a social media influencer as Dr Disrespect.
One can attribute a fair share of Dr. Disrespect’s Net Worth and income to social media platforms.
In terms of social media, the Doc’s Instagram page has almost a million followers. And, on Twitter, Dr Disrespect has over 2 million followers. His Facebook page has over 240 K followers.
Making Money Through Other Sponsorship deals
Since becoming famous, Doctor Disrespect has been a part of several lucrative sponsorship deals. These deals include sponsorship with G-Fuel, Gillette, Asus and Razer. The Dr also majorly appears on the Twitter pages of Mountain Dew Game Fuel and Roccat.
Making Money Through Other Earnings
Dr. Disrespect is an advisor at Boom TV which is an online gaming community platform founded by Sumit Gupta who is also the current CEO of Boom TV. The two main products of the company are its Code Red Series and its tournament organization platform. The company plans on increasing Code Red prize pools, developing relationships with influencers, and investing in eSports in the future.
This Is What He Does With His Money
Dr. Disrespect likes to keep his professional and private lives separate and in keeping with this reason, there is very little to no information about his lifestyle.
Herschel “Guy” Beahm lives with his wife and daughter in Encinitas, California.
We know that Doc loves cars as we have seen Dr. Disrespect in the driver seat of a red Lamborghini Diablo quite often in his streams. Although we are not sure about how many and what types of cars he owns, this online streamer recently shared a photograph of a brand new ‘Back to the Future Car’, a 1981 DC Lorean on his Twitter. He may or may not own a number of Lamborghinis.