It is questionable whether a streamer, who scored 61 kills in one match, is still honest.

This week, the legitimacy of a Call of Duty: Warzone streamer was questioned when Charlie “MuTeX”, a former Call of Duty pro player and holder of the most Warzone deaths in a single squads match, was charged with using third-party software and hardware that allows him cheat.

Saouma strongly denies this allegation. He streamed this morning with an absurd five-camera setup to show that there is no hacking or nefarious hardware at work. One camera was used to monitor his controller, one to view his monitors, one to see his whole desk and one for his computer.

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