Cheating in Call of Duty: Warzone seems to run rampant, but its not often you see a streamer confess to cheating live on stream.
Call of Duty: Warzone is no stranger to hackers causing havoc in the game and it seems that over the last few months the situation has seemed to significantly worsen.
Activision have recently stepped up their efforts to tackle hackers along with taking down multiple cheat websites, however the game still seems to be flooded with a host of cheaters.
It’s a pretty regular thing to find multiple cheaters in one lobby, although while most hackers try to disguise the fact that their cheating, it seems that one streamer was very open about the fact that he was cheating, while live on Twitch.
Streamer ‘LemonSnipezz’ recently admitted that he had been cheating while playing Warzone after being accused about the legitimacy of his gameplay.
He even said “Hey, guess what? I’d do it again”.
Reddit user ‘geek4life91-‘ took to the platform to share the clip, the post read “Called him out for cheating, he lied saying it was his friend, was sent proof, then replied with “I’d do it again” LOL gg kid”.
The clip shows the streamer sharing his screen with viewers, detailing exactly where he had purchased hacks and how long his subscription would last.
He said “I’ve got 14 days left and I’ll do it again” as he boasted about his actions during the game.
It is unclear if Twitch will take action on LemonSnipezz for this, however his account still remains live on the platform although we are pretty sure viewers will continue to report him.
Activision are yet to completely obliterate cheaters from the game, despite their best efforts to step up banning hacker accounts, however many are hoping that the new anti-cheat system will do some damage when it arrives.
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