2 Warzone cheaters were banned on Twitch while they were competing in tournaments organised by Alex Zedra aka Mara operator from Call of Duty: Warzone and Modern Warfare.
2 Warzone cheaters were banned on Twitch while they were competing in tournaments organised by Alex Zedra aka Mara operator from Call of Duty: Warzone and Modern Warfare. Alex reported about them on Twitter and twitch took the action pretty quickly as both of the player’s twitch account is showing as banned on twitch.
Mara is an operator in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone, which was released as part of the battle pass during December 2019.
- RELEASE Season 1
- NATIONALITY Venezuelan
- HOW TO UNLOCK Unlock by purchasing the Season 1 Battle Pass
- FACTION Coalition
- UNIT Wacom
- ACTOR / ACTRESS Alex Zedra
Mara is a playable Operator character available in the multiplayer modes of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Warzone & Call of Duty: Mobile. Mara is a member of the Warcom unit in the Coalition faction.
Alex Zedra, who took to Twitter to expose two cheaters – a boyfriend and girlfriend couple – who were using aimbots in a Warzone tournament played on 12th March.
The clip shows quite obvious cheating in Warzone, and it didn’t take long for others to unearth incriminating clips of gameplay from her boyfriend, too.
Both their channels are now listed as suspended, and it appears both have deleted their Twitter accounts. Zedra later thanked Twitch for acting quickly. Warzone has a reputation for cheating, of course, which has dogged the phenomenally successful battle royale since it launched in March 2020.
Last month, Activision said it had banned 60,000 accounts for cheating in Warzone, and that it had issued more than 300,000 permabans worldwide to accounts since launch