In the past few years, mobile gaming has been on the rise. Every fourth person in the world plays mobile games. The mobile gaming industry has gone so big that it is bigger than Console and PC gaming combined in revenue and player terms. While most gaming personalities respect and recognize mobile gamers, ‘Dr Disrespect‘ is definitely not one of them.
Dr DisRespect calls out Mobile Gamers again
Time and again Dr Disrespect calls out mobile gamers; we don’t know he really feels this way, or he just likes the attention, but he does it every couple of months. Recently in June, he tweeted that ‘Mobile Gamers are not real gamers‘ for which not only the mobile gamers but other popular gaming personalities also criticized him.
A few days later, he apologized for the tweet in a live-stream for which he collaborated with an Indian PUBG Mobile streamer, ‘ScoutOP.’ And the matter was settled. But now again, Dr Disrespect, on 26 November 2020, made a tweet calling out the mobile gamers.
Like before, the mobile gaming community has started bashing him. Many Pro mobile gamers have replied to this tweet keeping their views and calling out Dr Disrespect. One such tweet which we liked is from ‘HawksNest‘ a Call of Duty Mobile Content Creator who said, why to spend $200K+ on a gaming setup when just a smartphone can do it.
iFerg Challenges Dr DisRespect for $100,000
But out thousand replies, the one tweet that instantly caught our attention was from the popular mobile game streamer ‘iFerg‘. If you don’t know him, let us tell you that he was earlier a Professional Mobile Gamer playing for ‘Cloud9’ ESpots Team. Now he has turned into a full-time YouTube Content Creator, where he streams COD Mobile and other mobile games.
iFerg is considered a god of mobile gamers; the mere fact that he plays with all his ten fingers is enough to give you an idea of how good his gameplay is. In the past, he has been on the #1 leaderboard of games like Fortnite, COD Mobile, Rules of Survival, etc.
In his reply to Dr Disrespect, he has openly challenged him for a Call of Duty Mobile Match for $100,000, where he will play on a Mobile Device while Dr Disrespect can play it on his set-up.
We really want Dr Disrespect to accept the challenge. It would basically be Logan Paul v KSI but in the Gaming industry. The chances of it happening is quite less. But who knows! Let’s wait and watch.
Do you also want this challenge to be accepted by Dr Disrespect? And if it actually happens. Who will you support? iFerg or Doc? Do let us know in the comments section below.