Oh dear god, what have you done? A Warzone Streamer MrGolds was constantly talking about his gameplay, bragging how good he is at the game. At the same time, a cheat engine popped on his screen out of nowhere. The Cheat is from popular software EngineOwning. This program is known for premium hacks and features a variety of hacks in nearly all COD and Other games.
“Just because I have good recoil [control], I’m good at the game,” MrGolds says during the fateful moment. “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? Do you know what I’m saying? What’s going on, guys? Have you ever seen anyone play like me?”
One of his viewers, who turns out to be a Warzone streamer as well, took a screenshot of the video. Afterward, he tweeted it saying “Streamer gets caught with cheat menu LIVE on Stream”. Afterward, he said “Everyone reports his stream pls”, and mentioned links to his channel.
MrGolds who is not a native English speaker said that he wasn’t hacking. In an Instagram post, he explained that there are no background programs, and went in detail explaining other things. Well, whatever the justification may be. Twitch has already banned and removed his account because he violated the policies by cheating in-game.
“Any activity, such as cheating, hacking, botting, or tampering, that gives the account owner an unfair advantage in an online multiplayer game, is prohibited. This also includes exploiting another broadcaster’s live broadcast in order to harass them in-game, such as stream sniping.”
There is no update on the ban, but it seems it’ll be a temporary suspension. Hopefully, this streamer can learn from mistakes and come back.