Call of Duty Warzone is in the spotlight with a new cheating event


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Call of Duty Warzone is in the spotlight with a new cheating event

Mara’s actress Alex Zedra of Call of Duty: Warzone and Modern Warfare has banned the accounts of two people who cheated on Twitch. According to Eurogamer, Zedra exposed these aimbot cheaters on Twitter during the Warzone tournament on March 12, 2021.

Zedra thanked Twitch

Following Zedra’s move, both channels of the cheater were suspended. The actress even deleted her Twitter accounts following the ban. Zedra thanked Twitch for moving so fast and making Warzone a better place for everyone.

“Thank you to Twitch for banning the most toxic hackers I’ve encountered on this platform for 5 years, I’m glad I witnessed 1v1 being banned live on air and blatantly hacking,” Zedra wrote on Twitter.

As you may recall, cheating on Call of Duty Warzone has been a constant problem for both developers and gamers, and last month Activision banned more than 60,000 cheaters. This was Warzone’s third major ban since its launch in 2020.

The popular game of the last period, Call of Duty: Warzone, continues to fight cheating without slowing down. The reaction of the players is growing when it is not clear exactly when the game will resolve the issue of cheating.

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