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Dr DisRespect wants to talk business with Activision CEO ahead of Black Ops 4 release

Published: 25/Sep/2018 17:52 Updated: 26/Sep/2018 10:24

by Calum Patterson


Popular Twitch streamer Dr DisRespect has reached out to the CEO of Activision Blizzard, Bobby Kotick, and wants to talk business – most likely about the upcoming release of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.

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Developed by Treyarch, Black Ops 4 will be the next major release for Activision, and is expected to be the best-selling game of 2018 when it launches on October 12.

Dr DisRespect has a particular interest in Call of Duty this year because of the new battle royale mode ‘Blackout’, which he has already revealed he will be hosting one of his ‘Code Red’ tournaments for.

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In fact, the Doc’s history with Call of Duty goes back quite far, as he previously worked at Sledgehammer Games on the development of 2014’s Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (in a professional capacity as Guy Beahm of course, not as the Doc).

Known mainly as a battle royale player and streamer on Twitch, Dr DisRespect absolutely loved Blackout, and it sounds as though he has some million dollar ideas that he wants to share with Kotick.

Although it is not certain what exactly he wants to discuss, the Doc always uses his ‘flip phone’ when making the ‘million dollar deals’ he often boasts about on stream.


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He even extends Kotick an invitation to meet in person at a basketball game, although we’re not sure who would be paying for such expensive seats.

If it is a genuine request to Kotick, it most likely has to do with either the Doc’s Cod Red Blackout tournament, or another deal/promotion between him, his Twitch stream and Call of Duty.

Other than Black Ops 4, only Spyro is Activision’s big upcoming release, and we somehow doubt that Dr DisRespect wants to get involved with a Spyro promotion – although with the Doc you can never be sure.