After massive announcements by Hector ‘H3CZ’ Rodriguez revealing he acquired OpTic Gaming and Matthew ‘Nadeshot’ Haag acquiring a spot in the Call of Duty League, Dr Disrespect might be next in line for buying a CDL team. He talked about it on stream and also posted a snippet of the conversation in his latest video.
In one of his recent videos, Dr Disrespect showed interest in buying a team for competing in the Call of Duty League. This is not the first time that the Doc has talked about acquiring a team for the “Champions Club.” He has talked about owning a Call of Duty League team in the past as well. When asked by his fans if he will ever own a team in the League, the two-time champ responded, “Will I have my own? Probably not. Will I be a part as a shareholder? You never know…”
He seems to have doubled down on his interest recently. In the video, he applauded H3CZ for being back in the League as an owner of a Call of Duty Team. Dr Disrespect also brought up Nadeshot and hinted that he wants to get a team of his own, too, before abruptly ending the video.
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Dr Disrespect May Acquire A San Diego Team in The Call of Duty League
Earlier this year, in September, Dr Disrespect brought up a potential Call of Duty team ownership for the first time. During a discussion with Zlaner, he asked what if he became a team owner of a San Diego team. He even hyped up the situation by calling someone on his phone. This is the second time he brought up the conversation, and we might see something materialise soon.
Herschel Beahm IV, popularly known as Dr Disrespect, has been part of the online Call of Duty community since 2010. He uploaded his first video in 2010 and went on to become one of the names in gaming. Doc has worked internally with Sledgehammer Games in Advanced Warfare before moving on to a full-time streaming career in 2015. Dr Disrespect is known to deliver on things he teases instead of taking his fans on a ride. He hinted at a collaboration with Rogue Company and delivered on the promise.
We are excited to see Dr Disrespect being part of the Call of Duty League and would love to watch him go head to head against the likes of Nadeshot and H3CZ in the future. With a prize pool of over $1 Million, Call of Duty League is among the biggest esports events in the world.