Alex Zedra is a well-known content creator in the United States who rose to popularity in the rest of the world by putting her face on Mara, one of the operators of Call of Duty: Warzone.
Today Alex is once again the protagonist of today thanks to the game, although this time for a very different reason than usual since A complaint from this streamer has helped the hunt for two cheaters in Call of Duty: Warzone. Alex was “hosting” (giving visibility on his channel) to others streamers of Call of Duty when he found that two of them they used traps in full direct to win their games. The accused have been Sarah “Icy Vixen“Beautiful there BeardedBanger that they use quite blatantly wallhack (a program that allows “to see through the walls”) and other external programs during their live shows as you can see in the clips below:
After Alex’s complaint, the first to move a file has been Twitch that has expelled both streamers off their platform indefinitely for using these traps and Activision has also likely taken notes to permanently ban them from Warzone, su battle royale.
Call of Duty: Warzone, one of the games with the most cheats
Recently a study singled out online games with more cheats with a ranking led by Fortnite, followed by Overwatch, CS:GO and fourth Call of Duty: Warzone which has been heavily criticized by players for the frequent presence of cheaters in games. In fact, many console players have decided to disable crossplay with PC players to avoid encountering these “chetos” that spoil the experience of the rest of the players during the games.