Huskerrs cam password key hacked by little kid, during $400k Warzone tournament draft

Thousands of people including Warzone pro Teep & Swagg were treated to unexpected disrespect during Twitc Rivals $400k World Series of Warzone Draft tournament stream. During the draft someone showed the cam password link and a little kid used it in his advantage to show off his finger.

The World Series of Warzone is a big deal. Hosted by Twitch Rivals and Activision, the event has $400,000 in prizes and stars 150 of the greatest Warzone players around. And it all starts with a draft, where five big-time captains pick teams to represent them.

November 16 was North America’s draft, with the actual event scheduled for November 17. But the tens of thousands of viewers who tuned in early didn’t need to wait for an actual match to worry about hackers.

Instead, everyone got treated to a random, toxic surprise — as someone hacked captain HusKerrs’ camera and proceeded to disrespect… everyone.

Hacker sneaks into World Series of Warzone stream

As you can see in the clip above, all was fine and dandy until Husk’s cam was replaced. Mid-conversation, a random middle finger popped up, directed toward the world, and gave a little wiggle.

Somewhat surprisingly, everyone on the stream remained professional and ignored the surprise toxicity. The only one who seemed to notice was ShawnJ, who laughed and looked around with a bit of confusion.

But viewers and other streamers most definitely noticed, including JoeWo. The “movement king” reacted on Twitter, cracking up at “the little kid” who hacked into the call and gave everyone a taste of some CoD lobby energy.

Fortunately, the issue was resolved quite quickly and fans got to enjoy Husk’s face instead of a rogue finger for the rest of the stream. Now everyone can just sit back, relax, and hope that’s the last of the hacking drama we’ll need to worry about with the WSOW.


Verma Shubham

Shubham Verma graduated from GEHU in 2018 with a degree in Computer Science. In the past, he's written… More »

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