Warzone Hacker Exposes Himself In A Ridiculously Obvious Way

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It's always funny to see someone get caught hacking in Warzone. Rarely do we see the hacker catching themselves. Today we bring you a clip that is both funny and sad at the same time.

A player, known as 'Therealigloo,' was accused of cheating, and he feigned ignorance of how to even hack—until Google ruined him. He killed a gamer named Phonizien and her partner in Warzone. Phonizien reviewed the killcam and discovered that Therealiglooo was not even looking at her.

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Phonizien accused Therealiglooo of having Engineowning because it has "magnetic bullets." He acted like it was the first time he had ever heard of it, so he Googled it to see what it was all about. Then Google snitched on him and showed exactly how much he knew.

Here's the Tweet that exposes him:

Here's an image showing how much he knew about it.

EngineOwning, Modern Warfare and Warzone, Forums, and Purchase are all purple links. Therealiglooo's face is showing that he is not happy seeing it.
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Credit: Phonizien
Caught Red Handed

As you can see, 'EngineOwning', 'Modern Warfare and Warzone', and 'Forums' are all purple, meaning that he's clicked them before. He's done quite a bit of research on the product, so it's safe to assume that he knows what it is. What's better is that 'Puchase' is also purple, which speaks for itself.

Soon after, Twitch banned his account, but he could get it back by talking to them. I'm sure Twitch has its reasons, but that face he makes when caught is hilarious.

We reached out to Phonizien who commented on the situation:

"When I saw he was cheating and how he exposed himself live I thought it would make for a great video but never expected it do this well. I am happy that I could bring some sort of awareness to this because as we all know cheaters have ruined the experience for many on Warzone and I believe everyone should get a chance to enjoy playing. I am very grateful for those who have stopped by and have given me support. Thank you for sharing my video around and I hope we can get rid of more cheaters in the future! If you haven’t already make sure to check out my Twitch and social media @ Phonizien!"

Thank you to the talented writer Theo Salaun of Dexerto for finding this tweet.

What do you think? Is there enough evidence of him actively cheating for a real ban, or is Twitch being unfair?

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