- BadBoyBeaman, the streamer that calls out other streamers for cheating, is called out for “rage hacking”
- A number of Reddit users come forward with evidence, claiming BBB is cheating in Warzone
- A heated discussion arises, debating the streamer’s accusation
BadBoyBeaman is one of Call of Duty: Warzone’s biggest faces, but recently he fell victim to accusations of “rage hacking”.
BadBoyBeaman Accused of Cheating
Ever since its launch last year, Call of Duty: Warzone has had a persistent problem with hackers. Big streamers have not been unaffected, with some even falling victim to paid stream snipers. On the other hand, a large number of them have also been accused, and often exposed live on stream for using hacks themselves.
Some people, like YouTuber BadBoyBeaman, make content accusing Warzone streamers of hacking. To clear their names, some of the streamers BBB has accused, have even offered him flights to watch them play the game IRL, to dispel any accusations.
However, in an ironic turn of events, it seems that the hunter has become hunted. People on BadBoyBeaman’s own subreddit have exposed the content creator for “rage hacking.”
Heated Discussions Try to Figure Out If BBB Is Guilty of Cheating or Not
Following the Reddit discussions, some popular YouTubers, like JGOD took to Twitter to call out BBB. The initial post, that triggered JGOD’s response was posted on r/StreamersCheating, which is made and moderated by non-other than BBB.
In the original post, user Throwawayp2020 wrote that they found something bizarre in BBB’s stats. They cross-referenced the statistics against his gameplay to confirm the user and found out that BBB had some games, where he put up 38 kills with only 92 damage taken.
This piqued Redditors' interest and not long after other people started making posts, claiming to have further evidence of cheating on part of BBB. Other Twitter users have continued bashing BBB, posting screenshots of alleged proof of cheating.
Some people on BBB’s subreddit have gone on to defend the content creator, saying his accusers take clips of BBB out of context. In them he uses cheats to understand how they work, not to play like this and ruin peoples’ games.
BBB did say that he uses cheats on stream only with educational intention, however many viewers claim the streamer has cheated for 96 games in just a two-week-long period. He continues to state his innocence on social media, yet it seems his voice cannot be heard. With Warzone hackers getting bolder, who knows if such discourses will come up more frequently in the future.