Yet another hacker in Call of Duty has done the hard work for anti-cheat staff and exposed himself while trying to win a tournament.
The tournament in question was held on May 3 and hosted by GameBattles. In it, streamer BBluring was caught activating a type of hack while attempting to track down an opponent on Demyansk.
These, of course, are "wallhacks" that allow players to see through walls to where their opponents are hiding. He can be seen using the hacks clearly on stream — indicated by a red rectangle with a stick figure inside at various parts and from several distances.
This was almost instantly clipped from the stream and began to circulate social media.
CoD Hacker BBluring Tries to Cheat on Stream, Loses Match, Gets Banned
The original video was uploaded and published by Connor Toomey on May 3 to what appears to be his personal YouTube channel and Twitter account (@Connor2me_). In the published tweet, he tagged BBluring's Twitter account (@Abs7lute) as well as two other Warzone players. GameBattles was tagged in a reply shortly afterward.
GameBattles were quick to respond, replying, "Hey Connor. The team has been forfeited in the tournament in question & the player has been permanently banned from GameBattles. Thanks for letting us know!"
Players unfairly beaten by BBluring are encouraged to submit a ticket to GameBattles staff to receive a refund of their credits.
Perhaps the worst part of this whole incident is the fact that the hacks did nothing to salvage BBluring's performance. Despite using them to hunt down an enemy player, that player immediately downed the hacker moments after combat began.
BBluring has since deleted his Twitch channel, file900.