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DrDisrespect uninstalls Valorant after losing a bet, gets dissed by Shroud and Ninja

After losing a bet to TimTheTatman, DrDisrespect has finally uninstalled Valorant from his monster gaming PC.
Herschel "DrDisrespect" Beahm IV doesn't want to play Valorant anymore after losing a bet to fellow Twitch.tv streamer TimTheTatman. 

The Twitch.tv streamers had bet 100 subscribers, completing their Valorant placement matches to see who would end up in the highest league. Things didn't go well for DrDisrespect.

 

DrDisrespect uninstalls Valorant

DrDisrespect and TimTheTatman finished their Valorant placement matches on 21st May. TimTheTatman ended in a respectable Silver 2, while DrDisrespect finished in Bronze 3.

Seeing as Bronze is the 2nd lowest league (Iron is the lowest), and TimTheTatman finished well above DrDisrespect, he had to gift 100 subscribers to his opponent.

DrDisrespect respected the bet, but also uninstalled Valorant in the process, stating: "Before I gift 100 subs, the one thing I have been looking forward to all day is getting this game off my computer.

“Never playing it again! Get rid of Vanguard too. Get it off my system. 0,000 PC, you think I’m going to have some Vanguard security system on it? Wrong!”

DrDisrespect does have an absolute monster of a gaming PC, in case you were wondering. 

 

 

Famous streamers Michael "shroud" Grzesiek and Richard "Ninja" Blevins quickly picked up on what was happening.

The streamers decided to add some salt to the wounds of DrDisrespect.

 

 

 

 

While we will probably see DrDisrespect reinstall Valorant at some point, the streamers are obviously having a bit of fun dissing him.

In a classic response from DrDisrespect, he simply unfollowed both Ninja and Shroud on Twitter, without saying a single word.