Ever since the beginning of video gaming, people have been finding ways to unfairly gain the upper hand by employing various tricks. Sometimes these cheaters manage to get away unpunished, but there are situations when they are caught red handed and shamefully exposed in front of the entire gaming community. Without further ado, here are 10 times that hackers, match-fixers, aimbot-users, and even screen-cheaters got caught and were publicly humiliated for their appalling actions.
Gameplay 4:54 undercoverdudes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7cybL6GA3GM
Narrator: Davide Arbisi
NoahFromYT is playing ros and he was obviously using hack and is making money out of it but somehow is really good at hiding it .. he's yet to be banned as of now.. still doing the same shit making fools out of people -.-
it's an entirely different thing to be providing cheats than the people buying and using the cheats. The one's providing are criminally liable, the ones using are violating the game's terms of service. One is a jail sentence, the other is a ban. The problem is that not many game companies are willing to provide the budget to find all of the providers of these cheats and prosecute them since most are very smart criminals. However, the law always catches up to them in the end. So while you may have a little bit of fun cheating in the game, all that progress isn't going to matter if they will eventually hunt you down. Either in a day, a week, a month, or even a year. I used to play a lot of Crossfire where there were so many cheaters and I've even seen how ppl got these cheats for free even abused clan ratings and leaderboards. Eventually most got banned, but it's still a problem to this day.
pretty shity when World Caliber Player's are caught up in Greed of Any kind....lmao, they could beat
most any people out there but still have the urge to cheat!? Part of me says; :what & How but then
I say I don't need to know anymore than they got punished.....
go take a look at all the european servers of most mmorpgs, especially wow, and you will find a lot of cheaters...but sadly here in europe its allowed, because theyre paying customers. they rather get rid of the ones reporting them, than the actual cheaters. happened in most mmorpgs ive ever played.
but always noticed a huge difference, when i tried the asian servers, pretty much no cheaters, all get banned very fast. even american servers are a lot better in this case.
A game is also made so people can win, so i guess cheating and hacking is also a way of winning, people are meaning that you should win the game in the old way, but when technology is so far, then u gotta expect hackers
I think what can you get with hacking.
why am I saying this because if your the only one hacker on the game server that means it's sure that you are gonna win
and if you hack your game you can't learn the real gaming skills
I've got a serious question. Why do all these "Professional Gamers" feel the need to cheat to win? Aren't they good enough to win without cheating? I guess they aren't too "professional". I think it's hilarious some of these scum got banned on live streams. I hope they cried themselves to sleep. Now this is not to say that I haven't used a single player cheat code, because let's face it. I used the weapon cheated so many times that my bullet count redid itself after 9999 but I have never cheated by using a aimbot or invincibility or something like that. I exploited a glitch once..but the game just came out and it's so bad that noone takes it seriously anyways.
Few things more gay than cheating online. If you can't win by yourself:
A) Go practice some more you lazy bitch.
B) Consider a game you can actually win without resorting to gayness...
C) Just go watch some gayporn and play with yourself....
Never understood the fun of an aimbot or wallhacks or whatnot. Isn't the fun in nailing a shot or outthinking your opponents?
If you base your self-esteem on winning while you know you wouldn't win shit without a cheat you probably have deeper issues in life and should focus on that....
Beside the fact it's super gay, it also ruins the fair game for others. Almost every COD game is infected by faggot hackers that really fucked up the whole franchise for the rest of the world so they could have their meaningless 'victory'.
Should be punished severely....
I will admit, I hacked before (using Action Replays on the Gamecube and DS) but I never hacked during any online gameplay. In fact, I used the AR back in the 2000s (I don't remember what years I used ARs, I only know it was from 2000-2007 or 2008, maybe 2009 but not 2010, my last AR broke down before 2010). In those years (the 2000s), I only played games alone and offline. I only started to play online last year, sometime around the summer, fall or winter...my memory is terrible. Either way, I am admitting I was a hacker in the past but only during offline play for fun. And just in case anybody thinks I'm lying about not playing online games until last year, I'm anti-social so I stayed away from socializing...I'm getting better and I'm finally socializing more which is nice and not as bad as I thought it would be...I noticed that I talk a lot. That's enough from me, I'm going to shut up now before I continue rambling. Have a nice day/night! I almost forgot to say something important, I hate you hackers who hack online (I'm looking at you people who hack in Mario Kart 7 and the few Super Smash Brothers 3DS players I've encountered...I hate you).
2:40 you put giant screens of their enemies location right next to them where they can even look by accident and then you make them pay 30K dollars ... the guys you set this up are the biggest fucking scammers of all time man ...
leonniar There not scammers, its called don't do it. Normally there is something seperating the teams except there was a mistake so they couldn't block the screens. So they just made the rule which they broke.
all these so called pro gamers cheat.every last one of them gets caught at one time or another. its cool that you can play these games for prizes but these talentless nerds take all the credibility from the events.