Deaddrop Studio Drops co-founder Dr. Disrespect after allegations surrounding streamer’s 2020 Twitch ban emerge

Deaddrop Studio Midnight Society is co-founded by and streamer Guy Beam aka Dr. Ended the relationship with disrespect. It did so after seeing the allegations that surfaced this past weekend regarding Beehm’s 2020 Twitch ban.

On Friday, June 21, former Twitch Account Director of Strategic Partnerships Cody Connors tweeted, “She (referring to Beam) was banned because she was caught having sex with a minor on the then-existing Twitch Whispers product. She was trying to meet up. She can be read in plain text at TwitchCon, gang. Connor He replied to his own post on X (formerly Twitter) and said, “No one made the wrong decision, f*** him and his boys.”

While Connors didn’t name Beehm, who was previously banned from E3 and suspended on Twitch in 2019 after livestreaming from a public bathroom, it’s clear he was referring to the streamer. Even the beam He replied His Dr. By Disrespect’s account, he said he knew it was a “hot topic” but said it was “settled, no wrongdoing was admitted and he paid the full contract.” Then he He tweeted Separately, he said, “Listen, I’m obviously bound by the legal obligations from the contract with Twitch but I have to say what I can because this is the f***ing internet. I didn’t do anything, it was all investigated and settled, no illegality, no wrongdoing found, and I was paid.

In 2020, when Beehm was suddenly banned on June 26, Twitch shared a bit of the reasoning behind the decision. It released the following statement, “As per our process, we take appropriate action when we have evidence that a streamer has acted in violation of our Community Guidelines or Terms of Service. This applies to all streamers, regardless of status or importance in the community.” (Re)signing with Twitch for an eight-figure sum, as reported. This ban happened shortly after it was put in place. The Washington Post.

After this ban, Beehm said The Washington Post Weeks later he still doesn’t know why Twitch “effectively voided his contract” with the ban. A year after the ban, Beehm sued Twitch, and roughly a year later — almost two years after the ban — he and Twitch settled. At the time, Beehm posted a photo on March 10, 2022, with a paper he signed, saying, “I have resolved my legal dispute with Twitch. Neither party admits any wrongdoing.”

During this sequence of events, Beehm started a new triple-A studio called Midnight Society with Call of Duty and Halo veteran game developers. After Connors’ revelations about Beehm on Friday, The Midnight Society apparently assumed his innocence but began talking to the parties involved. After doing so, it decided to end its relationship with Beehm. The studio here is full statement On topic:

“We became aware of the allegations against our co-founder Guy Beam aka Dr. Disgrace on Friday evening. We assumed his innocence and began talking to the parties involved. And to maintain our principles and standards as a studio and as individuals, we had to act.

“For this reason, we are terminating our relationship with Guy Beam effective immediately.

“While these truths are hard to hear and even harder to accept, it is our duty to act with dignity on behalf of all individuals involved, especially the fifty-five developers and families as we work with our player community.”

While Midnight Society didn’t say anything more specific, it said it looked into the situation after Connors’ revelations, spoke with the parties involved, and later decided (after previously assuming Beam’s innocence) that it was ending its relationship with the streamer.

Although Beahm has not acknowledged the Midnight Society situation, when the studio posted its statement Dr. People who tuned into the stream of Disrespect thought they could see the moment they saw the news live. Here is a clip of it my city Reporter Ethan All:

Considering Beam’s Twitch ban with the Amazon-owned streaming service has been settled in court, there’s a good chance we won’t learn about the situation as there are legal obligations preventing either party from sharing more details.

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