Following Dr Disrespect’s temporary ban from Twitch last month after he streamed from a bathroom at E3, the streamer will compete in a new ESPN Apex Legends tournament, the prize winnings for which will go towards a cancer charity.
As detailed by The Hollywood Reporter, Dr Disrespect will appear as a contestant in a new ESPN-hosted Apex Legends competition, which will feature as part of its esports event series, EXP, and X Games Minneapolis. He will be one of over 50 videogame streamers, esports pros, athletes, and other celebrities to take on the tournament, which will see teams of three players fight it out in the battle royale to become the champions.
The winning team’s prize will be a $25,000 donation to the charity V Foundation for Cancer Research in their name. Other competitors include the Chicago Bears pro football player Tarik Cohen, musician Dillon Francis, YouTube creator Nick EH 30, and more.