The aspiring professional has been called out after exposing his own hacks live on stream.

15:56, 16 Feb 2021

In Call of Duty, you can often be your worst enemy. Whether you fall off the map James "Clayster" Eubanks-style, blow up the gas can when planting at the B bombsite on Garrison, or crash your squads heli into a tree in Warzone, you're often the result of your own downfall. 

Fortunately, for the wider Call of Duty community, aspiring professional "yyyunggg" was his own worst enemy after being caught cheating live on Twitch. 

British esports caster Alan "Bricey" Brice took to Twitter to display the Black Ops Cold War competitor displaying a modded view on his own stream in which the user could see the enemy team through walls. Alongside the incriminating clip, Bricey added: "Imagine being so weird that multiple people figure out you have walls and an aim key. You deny and try to get away with it then accidentally put them on stream… LMAO”.

The clip quickly caught the attention of professionals such as London Royal Ravens' Christopher "Parasite" Duarte, amongst others, with yyyunggg taking down all forms of social media and deleting any VODs from Twitch.

The second screen that can be slightly seen on the clip clearly shows enemies as a red box with a green health bar above their names, meaning that the player can easily see the enemy team through walls.


Another of London Royal Ravens' roster also commented on the clip. Trei "Zer0" Morris said: "I went on theatre and he was pre-firing through everything on his stream. He went ‘watch this I bet I get this ace’ then got an ace hahaha”.

Cheaters have been dense in numbers this year, especially as the Challengers (amateur competitive) scene has opened its doors to PC play. Previously, the Codfather himself, Ian "Crimsix" Porter, claimed that "Amateur Competitive COD Will Be Dead By Next Year", whilst others such as Doug "Censor" Martin implored that the Challengers scene returns to console amid the cheater fiasco.



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