Popular Warzone streamer Liam ‘Jukeyz’ James exposes a stream sniper guilty of violating Twitch’s terms of services by cheating with another monitor.
Popular Call of Duty: Warzone streamer Jukeyz exposed a stream sniper who broke Twitch rules by streaming himself tracking the location of the London Royal Ravens content creator. Warzone has recorded plenty of controversies since the free-to-play battle royale launched. These contentions include several different game-breaking bugs that continue to proliferate. These bugs are not limited to a small variety either. They include the bizarre, unusual and downright hilarious. Examples include players being drowned in sunlight, players going underground on Rebirth Island and most recently, an extremely frustrating invisibility glitch.
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Although Warzone recently marked its one-year anniversary, players have not been in the mood to celebrate it. While the integration of Warzone and Black Ops Cold War was intended to rejuvenate the Call of Duty franchise and community of players, it has been anything but smooth sailing. The Call of Duty: Warzone Season 2 update released last month, adding Black Ops Cold War weapons and game modes. This led to several weapons that were originally designed to feature in Black Ops Cold War becoming accessible to Warzone players. Since the two games joined together, many Warzone players have pointed to the negative effect it has had on Time To Kill, complaining that it has been sped up.
Dexerto reports that the well-known Warzone streamer Liam ‘Jukeyz’ James recently had the chance to find and expose a stream sniper during a 2v2 wager match. Jukeyz first noticed something was amiss when he noticed that he was repeatedly being found. It turned out that the culprit goes by Nabzy, who was streaming himself playing in the same game and looking at another monitor to inform his teammates of the exact location of Jukeyz. The EU star shared the clip to his Twitter account, calling out the cheating behavior. Jukeyz has a huge following, amassing over 100,000 followers on Twitch. This makes him and other influential streamers easy targets for stream snipers. It has happened to several others as well, including Warzone streamer Tommey’ Trewren.
This literally just happened the game after my tweet about stream snipers and Vap is sat there saying that this should be paid out even when his partner said to cancel the wager hahahaha what do you guys think is this fair? pic.twitter.com/112HxAikby
— Li 🦍 (@Jukeyz) March 25, 2021
Many players, including top-earning streamers, are getting fed up with the amount of cheating that continues to hinder Warzone. Widespread cheating is disrupting major tournaments and preventing even more players from getting any enjoyment out of their game time. To its credit, Raven Software has responded by introducing multiple bans meant to remove players either suspected or caught cheating. In its latest crackdown, 13,000 different accounts were targeted to improve the gaming experience.
The number of incidents involving stream snipers is on the rise and Warzone‘s most prominent players, including Jukeyz, are going to continue to be targeted due to the scale of their popularity. It relates to an ongoing dilemma for successful streamers, who face the difficult decision of either participating in a live stream to engage with their fans or doing a delayed stream to avoid any encounters with potential stream snipers. Looking ahead, it is clear that more must be done to address this growing issue.
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