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Dr. Disrespect just launched Twitch’s biggest live-streaming competitor..!! Get the details here..!!

According to sources, Brime Streaming Service is about to become Twitch’s biggest competitor! Keemster, a popular streamer recently shared this rumored theory. If we go by his claims, Ninja, Dr. Disrespect, and Shroud will be launching Brime pretty soon. And interestingly, Spotify will be backing it up! Well, it turns out that it is perhaps just a rumor.

What is Twitch?

Twitch is a live video streaming service launched in 2011 by the parent company Amazon. It includes sports and music broadcasts, creative content, and ‘in real life’ streaming. You can watch content on this site live, or anytime by demand. It has a certain advantage over YouTube for being the largest game-streaming platform. Dr. Disrespect is a former Twitch streamer. Due to unknown reasons, Twitch banned him last month.

Did Dr. Disrespect just launch Twitch's biggest live-streaming competitor? Get the details here!
Source: Twitch Blog

Why did Twitch ban Dr. Disrespect?

Dr. Disrespect was mysteriously banned from Twitch. According to Dr. Disrespect’s tweets, even he doesn’t know the reason for his suspension! Some say that his suspension is perhaps permanent. Keemstar, an American YouTuber alleges that Dr. Disrespect might be joining Brime. If we go according to Keemstar’s theory, it is obvious that Twitch is not very happy about Dr. Disrespect joining Brime Streaming Service.

Did Dr. Disrespect just launch Twitch's biggest live-streaming competitor? Get the details here!
Dr. Disrespect
Source: BBC

What is Keemstar’s conspiracy theory?

According to him, Dr. Disrespect, Ninja (a gamer), and Shroud (another gamer) have all allegedly agreed to join Brime. Sources say that Twitch also caught Dr. Disrespect trying to shift other employees at Twitch to Brime! This is what made them shut down his channel and terminate his contract.

Nothing is official about Brime yet, but interestingly its twitter handle only follows 15 people, three of which are Dr. Disrespect, Ninja, and Shroud. On the other hand, Brime clarified that it is not linked with Spotify (hence Google) in any way.