Streaming star Dr Disrespect recently had a Warzone game destroyed by a hacker, so he did what he did best and set them up for internet viewing.
Cheating has become a problem in the Call of Duty: Warzone community. Just last month, AAmerica, a Twitch Rivals winner who netted himself $ 10,000, was caught in a scam and was quickly banned from the platform.
Dr Disrespect, one of the greatest Call of Duty streamers on the internet, met a cheater himself on stream and did not take kindly to having his game ruined.
Doc is not one to hold back when criticizing Warzone developers, saying they are “unclear” and have given up, nor will they shy away from taking shots at a hacker.
After Dr Disrespect fell victim to the hacker, he did not move out immediately. Instead, he stopped to watch as the hacker picked up his weapons and began firing at the sky and landing shots. This put Doc in his signature rage.
“Think of this person right now. Friday morning, online … pretty amazing, right? ”
He continued: “I mean look at this guy, what a bit of s ** t, right? I wanted to knock him out of the boy. I’m going to tell you right now. And then his father came outside and went, ‘Hey! What are you doing?’ And then I would hit him. ”
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Cheat in Warzone
As the doctor knows, cheating is a constant problem in Warzone games, and it is a broader problem that Activison has tried to solve. The developers have banned over 500,000 accounts for cheating, but it is still complete.
Even with great efforts to bring down cheating, there continues to be a major problem that has plagued the game.
Some believe that the rise of cheaters is caused by free trials that cheat sites provide to entice players to try their services, but that is just a theory.