One of the biggest streamers in the world, Dr. Disrespect first moved to YouTube about a year ago, after he was unceremoniously banned from Twitch. Now, fellow streamer TimTheTatman has joined YouTube as well. Things appear to be moving in the streaming world, as big-name content creators have been leaving Twitch and signing big deals elsewhere. But in the case of TimTheTatman, it may simply mean that he will continue creating embarrassing mini viral videos with his buddies, including accidentally teamkilling Dr. Disrespect in Call of Duty: Warzone.
Earlier in the year, TimTheTatman indicated that he was not allowed to play with Dr. Disrespect even off-stream, let alone live on Twitch. This was a surprising revelation to fans, as it would appear that the partnership rules at Twitch are even more strict than one would have assumed–and that perhaps the breakup between Doc and Twitch was even messier than imagined. However, now that Tim is on the same platform as "Two-Time" (as Doc calls himself) the duo can once again enjoy gaming together. They did so recently in Warzone, and it resulted in Tim running over Dr. Disrespect.
Doc, Tim, CouRageJD, and DrLupo all teamed up in a big Call of Duty: Warzone match recently, as DrLupo also just signed with YouTube. The session was a perfect celebration of streamers coming together for the first time in a long time, but it was upended at one point by a likely suspect: Tim. While driving vehicles through the airport, Tim rammed his vehicle into the side of Dr. Disrespect and CouRageJD's. The result was that both streamers were killed. Tim laughed uproariously, CouRageJD sounded jokingly disgusted, and Two-Time's reaction to Tim the two-timer was just to sit in shocked and comical silence.
This is far from the first time that Tim has been a part of a viral moment while streaming. Over 300,000 viewers watched TimTheTatman win in Fall Guysfor the first time, after failing seemingly endlessly before that. Leading up to his victory, he was being berated by the Fall Guys social media handler. In general, Tim tends to find himself in these situations, which is probably why Dr. Disrespect's description of his live stream from the Call of Duty: Warzone shenanigans is "It's one big reunion and Timmy Tenders is still terrible at Warzone."
In the end, the team kill was an accident and the entire thing is in good fun, as it was excellent to see Tim on a new platform. It truly seems like the guys had a blast, regardless of whether they were slaying out or goofing off. For the fans–and likely for the friends themselves–it is great to see Doc and Tim stream together again, along with CouRageJD, DrLupo, and others.
Call of Duty: Warzone is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.