CoD streamer busted cheating while bragging live on Twitch about skills
If there’s one thing in life that we all bloody love to see, it’s people getting their well-deserved comeuppance. If that comeuppance happens right after the deserving subject has just shot themselves in the foot, then that s**t’s even better. And that’s what brings us to Call of Duty: Warzone streamer, MrGolds. This silly bugger pretty much annihilated himself while boasting about his skill – while his cheating software was visible on his stream!
Yeah, nah, you don’t have to play the game to know that’s a serious cock-up. Deadset, that’s an epic fail of magnificent proportions.
Streamer gets caught with cheat menu LIVE on stream
Everyone report his stream pls
— ✴️ (@ERA7E) August 24, 2020
Anyway, it all supposedly went down shortly after MrGolds was streaming to almost eighteen-hundred viewers on his Twitch channel.
“Just because I have good recoil, I’m good at the game,” he told viewers. “The first time you see someone good at the game – now I’m talking with you guys because you really – I play, and I look at the chat, and it’s like, what’s going on? You know what I’m saying? What’s going on, guys? Have you ever seen anyone play like me?’”
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I had alots of fun today stream and I got to show case day 2 not hacking yesterday background camera to see my screen today shared actually my screen and showed u no background programs on because am sharing my screen not game so what I see you see no more trash talk 🤬🤣🤣🤣. . #cod #codwarzone #codwarzoneclips #warzone #warzoneclips #warzonewins #gamingclips #winning #gamer #twitchstreamer #twitch #twitchtv #warzonevictory #mrgolds #codclips #cod2020 #pcgaming #twitchsub #codsniping #codsniper #sniper #snipergang #carsnipers #codsniperkills #codsniperclips
Unfortunately, for him, it didn’t take long for someone to explain exactly why MrGolds was so good. Another CoD streamer, ERA7E, noticed that MrGolds had the EngineOwning app open on his computer, and posted the tweet you can see below.
Since then, MrGolds has defended himself, saying, he was ‘sharing his screen, not his game.
— Strillo (@StrilloOfficial) August 28, 2020
Twitch have still called tough titties, though. MrGolds’ account has been removed from their website. Oops!
MrGolds has issued an apology on YouTube. You can give it a squiz down below.
Final thought: Yeah, nah, when you’re caught like this, you just need to own it, so thankfully old mate’s done that. Deadset, once you’re caught, you’ve just gotta put your hand up, issue a grovelling apology and get back to business. It’s not a guarantee of forgiveness, but it’s a start. Still, what do you reckon, should there be mercy for MrGolds?
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