While former ESPN executive John Wildhack won’t be introduced as Syracuse’s next Director of Athletics until Tuesday, Interim AD Daniel French and Rick Burton discussed the hiring on Wednesday.Take a look at what they said at the press conference. Comments Related Stories 8 things to know about new Syracuse Director of Athletics John WildhackStorify: Syracuse community reacts to Syracuse naming John Wildhack its new ADStorify: ESPN employees react to Syracuse hiring John Wildhack as new ADSyracuse University hires former ESPN exec John Wildhack as new Director of Athletics Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on July 6, 2016 at 4:53 pm
“As is 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,” Twitch says. “These apply to all streamers regardless of status or prominence in the community.”For his future, Dr Disrespect told PC Gamer he was at one point considering streaming independently on his personal website. But he also said he was considering options like YouTube and Facebook.”I’m more focused on just making sure whatever we do next, whether it’s a platform move or not, that it’s the right decision for the community and Champions Club that follows me,” he said. “And that makes sense to what I want to continue to accomplish with this character in terms of taking things to the next level, and whether it’s streaming or outside of streaming. So it’s just being conscientious of that decision.” MORE: What we know about why Dr Disrespect was banned from TwitchThe video appeared to be a parody of a news report on Dr Disrespect himself, poking fun at the mystery surrounding his absence. “When I say this is a developing story, I mean it’s a developing story because I am now receiving word: Dr Disrespect may return to streaming as soon as today,” the voice in the video says. “This is some big, big news from the two-time Streamer Of The Year. And thankfully here at BSM news, our sources are actually legit.”Since Dr Disrespect is permanently banned on Twitch, many took a look at his YouTube page for clues. That’s when people noticed he seemingly added a “Join” button to his page. Join allows YouTube subscribers to pay a monthly fee ($4.99 in this case) for exclusive features on his page. It’s essentially the same as Twitch subscription. Dr Disrespect https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/6/63/dr-disrespect-youtube_1ldw5nhepwmaq1bl5w0jpuc56q.png?t=-988826773&w=500&quality=80MORE: Ninja returns to Twitch, but is it for good?The $4.99 monthly fee allows fans to join the Champions Club, a term Dr Disrespect uses to describe his fan base.”Feel the Power,” the ad for the channel reads. “Join the most dominate digital society the world has ever seen!”Despite this, esports reporter Rod Breslau says there is no official deal between YouTube and Dr Disrespect.Dr Disrespect was permanently banned on Twitch on June 26 this year. After weeks of silence, aside from a lone tweet, he spoke out about his Twitch ban and what he planned to do in the future. He never provided details as to what caused his ban, but did talk briefly to PC Gamer about the mystery surrounding it.From PC Gamer:Interviewer: So are you able to confirm that legal action is taking place? You are taking legal action against Twitch?Dr Disrespect: We are considering taking legal action.Interviewer: When do you think you might if ever have a definitive answer as to the reason why you were banned?Dr Disrespect: Honestly, we just don’t know.Also from that interview, Dr Disrespect said he will never stream on Twitch again.As for Twitch’s side of things, the platform has not commented publicly on the ban. The streaming service has only released a general statement on the issue when pressed by media outlets. (YouTube) Is Dr Disrespect returning to streaming? A post on his Instagram Live suggests that’s the case.The popular video game streamer, who was banned on Twitch for unknown reasons, posted an interesting clip to his Instagram page Thursday afternoon. The video suggested a return to streaming as early as Thursday.