Some gamers make millions every year from streaming, and someone who can boast a big wealth is Dr DisRespect.
Dr DisRespect, also known as Guy Beahm, is a popular gamer and one of the biggest Twitch streamers.
His internet persona has become one of the biggest names in the gaming/streaming community.
He has been described as a WWE character of competitive gaming, with his shoulder-length, black haired wig, sunglasses and oversized moustache.
With catchphrases such as “Violence. Speed. Momentum”, he always stays in character.
Dr DisRespect was the fastest growing Twitch channel in 2017, and subsequently started earning bucketloads of money from it.
Currently he has 3.4million Twitch followers, and his channel is the 10th most watched.
Every week he goes live and streams for hours at a time, playing games such as Apex Legends, Fortnite, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and Battlefield V.
The 37-year-old also has more than 984,000 followers on his YouTube channel, which he regularly posts to.
Dr DisRespect Net Worth:
Dr DisRespect has an estimated net worth of $3.5million (£2.7million), according to Naibuzz.
The Doc, as well as other streamers, makes money through advertisement revenue, subscribers and donations.
According to the website the Doc is able to get an average of 25,000 viewers per stream, making at least $75,000 per month.
This adds up to $900,000 a year, and that is without ad revenue and fan donations.
One of the ways the Doc brings money in is his Dr DisRespect branded merchandise, under the name Slick Daddy Club.
He has also received endorsements from companies such as Gillette, G Fuel Energy Drink and Turtle Beach.
He also earns money through his YouTube channel, where he gets a couple of hundred thousands views per video.
Naibuzz estimates he gets paid around $60,000 a year from the ads that appear in the videos.
Dr DisRespect started his Twitch account and YouTube channel in 2010 while he was working at Sledgehammer Games.
However, in 2012 he took a break and deactivated the channels to focus on his work.
Then, in 2015 Beahm retired from Sledgehammer Games because he wanted to focus on his family.
This is when he returned to YouTube and Switch, and suddenly he shot to fame.