HusKerrs beats Warzone hackusation channels for spewing “bullsh*t” to get clicks

Warzone pro Jordan ‘HusKerrs’ Thomas has launched YouTube channels accusing professional players of hacking and accusing them of their malicious clickbait content.

While the release of the ricochet anti-cheat engine has helped reduce the number of hackers in Warzone, there are still a number of players who manage to slip through the net. As a result, it can sometimes be tricky to determine whether a player is just naturally talented in the game or is actually using cheats to gain an advantage.

Because of this, a number of hackusation channels such as Call of Shame and BadBoy Beaman have risen in popularity. These channels target Warzone streamers and content creators who they believe use in-game hacks.

This may sound like a noble goal, but a false accusation can take a toll on a streamer’s reputation. HusKerrs recently called out these channels explaining how they just spew “bullshit” for clicks.

HusKerrs Calls Up Warzone Hackus Channels

If you’ve played Warzone and are actively involved in the streaming community, chances are you’ve seen clips claiming certain players are cheating. While these clips often contain very little information to go off beyond speculation, they can be extremely damaging to the streamers and professionals they target.

“It would be one thing if Call of Shame and BadBoy Beaman accused maybe one, maybe two people of cheating, but once they accused ten notable streamers of cheating, what do you think the odds are that there are eight to ten notable streamers? to be? cheating in Warzone?”

The latest streamers to be labeled cheaters by these channels are JoeWo, ZLaner, TimTheTatman, and Aydan. While it’s not uncommon for talented players to be accused of using hacks, the dogpiling that results from these viral clips can do a lot of damage to those accused.

In fact, the number of streamers flagged by these channels is something that ZLaner says is suspicious. “Do you think all these eight people can get away with it? That should be the first sign they’re just spewing crap out their asses,” HusKerrs said.

“I’m really tempted to believe that neither of them really think all these streamers are really cheating, they’re just doing it to get clicks. The sad thing is they’re convincing people on YouTube that we’re cheating.”

Hopefully Warzone 2 will include a robust anti-cheat that will make it less likely for innocent players to get caught up in the drama, but for now, many of the game’s content creators are just dealing with this frustrating situation.

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