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CDL Professional Accused Of Hacking In Warzone... For Being Good

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Jack Marsh

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7th Oct 2021 11:52

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At the rate of these hackusations thrown towards Call of Duty: Warzone players, it's beginning to become a checkmark of skill - you've only made it as a great player if there has been a viral thread 'calling you out'.

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The latest player under fire from the conspiracy theorists: Preston "Priestahh" Greiner - a six-time major winning Call of Duty professional.

The Minnesota Rokkr flex player has been a professional player since launching a career in 2015 and has represented teams such as Cloud9, FaZe Clan, and 100 Thieves whilst grabbing his hands on six major trophies at live events.

However, as the 23-year-old looks to enjoy creating some content in Warzone, during the off-season, it appears that he's too good for some aggrieved players to take seriously, and has been accused of cheating.

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Some Reddit users have formed a subreddit named "StreamersCheating" in which multiple clips of Priestahh's gameplay have been uploaded as "evidence", including one particular clip where he pistol-whips fellow content creator, "Biffle", straight out of the sky.

According to one of the accusers, Priestahh uses "an advanced aimbot", which is evident because he "magically stayed completely on biffle like a magnet", a feat that has "too many micro back and fourth movements for it to be a thumbstick."

When provided with the fact that Priestahh is a professional gamer who has won LAN events, one accuser said: "They aren't professionals like other sports. Professionals in other sports can't download an aimbot that will always ensure you hit your mark."

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The same party of hackussers have also hit at former world champion and one of the greatest players of all time in Seth "Scump" Abner, amongst other CDL pros turned Warzone players like Tyler "TeePee" Polchow and Joe "MerK" DeLuca. Even Michael "Shroud" Grzesiek caught a stray, despite scarcely playing the battle royale.

Priestahh, who has been confirmed to be staying as part of Minnesota Rokkr's roster for the 2021-22 season, has simply cast laughing emojis in the way of the doubters, before continuing to run riot throughout Verdansk - fairly.

 

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'Washington Demon Cats' Could Be The Next CDL Franchise

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18th Oct 2021 16:44

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