Charlie Saouma has taken his streams to the next level after coming under fire with cheating allegations.
Former Call of Duty Pro Charlie MuTeX has recently came under fire from viewers who have accused him of using Cronus Zen and other hacking software.
In a bid to squash the accusations, MuTeX has taken things to the next level by streaming with a total of five cameras for extra evidence during his games.
The extra camera set up gives viewers a variety of angles to watch his stream and prove that he is not using a Cronus, viewers will also be able to see that he has no hacks on either of his monitors.//z-na.amazon-adsystem.com/widgets/onejs?MarketPlace=US&adInstanceId=f5d5977d-54a3-427c-aea7-4845966a3c15
Essentially, MuTeX has covered all bases by installing these five cameras as he is tired of these cheating accusations.
Of course there are a number of ways to check if cheating is taking place in the game but there are just as many ways to hide it too.
There has been several instances in the past in which players have been caught red handed cheating live on stream.
It is unclear if MuTeX’s best efforts have satisfied viewers now that he is using the additional cameras, only time will tell and hopefully this will mean he won’t need to carry on with the use of these extra cameras.
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