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Dr DisRespect calls out Shroud for glitching after losing Blackout final circle

Published: 25/Oct/2018 11:24 Updated: 25/Oct/2018 11:28

by Matt Porter


Popular streamer Dr DisRespect faced off against former CS:GO professional player Michael ‘Shroud’ Grzesiek on Blackout, and wasn’t impressed by the way Shroud won the match.

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Both men were playing duos matches on Call of Duty’s battle royale game mode, when their teams were forced to go head-to-head as the last two squads standing. The final circle came down to the rocky desert area in the South East corner of the map, and only one of the duos would be able to walk away as victor.

Shroud and his teammate Chad quickly pushed the issue, with the Canadian deploying his winguit as he made a short jump off a rock, into the action.


The Doc was able to take down Chad, but a well placed 9-Bang by Shroud blinded both Dr DisRespect and TSM VSNZ, allowing the former Cloud9 star to pick them off with ease and secure the victory.

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Dr DisRespect was immediately unhappy with the way he died, and called out Shroud for his use of the wingsuit, which the leader of the Champions Club felt was abusing a glitch.

“He glitch glided off the rock, man,” stated The Doc. “That’s OK. That’s OK. Definitely not upset. I was blinded, definitely not upset about that.”

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“This guy is a hang-gliding, glitch abuser and it makes me sick. I killed Chad with a flash bang!” laughed Dr DisRespect.

The Doc then supposedly received a phone call from Treyarch Design Director David Vonderhaar. Unfortunately, we couldn’t hear the call, meaning nobody can verify who was on the other end of the line.

“Vonderhaar, yeah, I saw it,” replied The Doc as he took the call. “Yeah, he was abusing the hell out of it. I know we won the match, I know. People have got to exploit, it’s the only way you can beat the Two-Time. Let them have the training wheels.”


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