A Twitch streamer recently outed himself as a cheater live on stream after accidentally showing a cheat program running on his computer.
It all started when Streamer and YouTuber JGOD noticed that another streamer looked like he was cheating live on Twitch. JGOD posted a tweet showing some clips of what he thought was hacking. The streamer in JGODs video caught wind of the accusations, he tried to defend himself.
JGODs tweet has several videos of blatant aim bot and wall hacks, the tweet started to gain traction and eventually found it’s way back to the streamer in question.
While live on Twitch the streamer denied any of the accusations and just carried on streaming, the chat started to demand he show his task manager, but for a long time he ignores chat and continues his stream.
After spamming the chat with “CTRL, ALT, DLT” the streamer finally gives in and tries to show his task manager to show that no cheat engine was running, but this accidentally brought the cheat menu up onto his screen, exposing him as a hacker to everyone who was watching.
The cheaters response to being exposed (by himself) was to say “it’s over… it’s over…” and sure enough, just minutes later he was banned from the game live on his stream.