Zedra was hosting one of these cheaters in the sequel the end of their own Twitch stream, and she was alerted to the wrongdoing soon after.
– ALEX (@Alex_zedra) March 12, 2021
Both of their channels have been suspended and it appears they have deleted their Twitter accounts as a result of the ban. Zedra thanked Twitch for moving so quickly and making Warzone a better place for everyone.
“Thank you @Twitch for banning the most toxic hackers I have ever encountered in my 5 years on this platform,” Zedra wrote on Twitter. “I’m glad I got to see him get banned from Live after being called a bitch and having them in 1v1 as they blatantly hack.”
Cheating in Call of Duty: Warzone has been a constant problem for developers and gamers, and over the past month Activision has banned more than 60,000 cheaters. It was the third big ban since Warzone launched in 2020.Mara also made the news in February, as Activision, Infinity Ward and Major League Gaming Corp. (MLG) was the victim of a lawsuit for copyright infringement which claimed that the companies were responsible for the direct copy of the character for use in the game.
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