Warzone streamer accused of hacking after ex-partner exposes secret routine

A popular Warzone streamer and content creator has come under the community spotlight after being accused of cheating by his ex.

SideLogic is an Oceanic region streamer who has amassed a whopping 143,000 followers on Twitch and over 2.1 million on TikTok.

He’s best known for hitting ridiculous trickshots all over Warzone, but if what his former partner says is true, then his success might be more than meets the eye.

SideLogic accused of hacking in Warzone

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Cheating is always a hot topic in the Warzone scene and this situation draws a lot of attention.

In a Twitter thread velixray has posted a huge thread documenting a ton of ways a streamer can try to hide the fact that they are cheating in front of a live audience.

Whether it’s through the offline grinding of killing AFK players at the end of the initial dropship flight path, or through the occasional gameplay without additional support, there’s no shortage of practical ideas that the average viewer might not notice.

The 18-tweet exposè claims that by making solid excuses for suspicious activity — like hosting regular custom lobbies and using the friend limit as an excuse to keep creating new accounts — someone could get away without too much scrutiny.

After the community became aware of these allegations, SideLogic acknowledged their existence and promised to address them shortly.

“There are always two sides to a story and I’ll be taking my side soon,” he said.

Even after the launch of the Ricochet anti-cheat system, hacks remain a huge problem in the Warzone scene, so eyes from around the world will likely be glued to this situation until it’s resolved.

https://www.dexerto.com/call-of-duty/warzone-streamer-accused-of-hacking-after-ex-partner-exposes-secret-routine-1856690/ Warzone streamer accused of hacking after ex-partner exposes secret routine

Emma James

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