Famous PUBG streamer – Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek, recently caught playing Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds with a cheater. He rode in a flying car and able to shot a player easily because his Cheater team telling him where’s that player hiding. The cheat activity was caught and partaken in the streaming, which you can see at
minute 6:19 on the video below where Grzesiek snickers and says, “I’m getting banned.”
As it turns out, he was right. In a stream the previous evening Grzesiek expressed that he has in fact been briefly restricted. “I was trying to have a good time. Obviously I knew what the fuck I was doing. It wasn’t a great idea. It seemed like a great idea. But it wasn’t a great idea. I’m sorry to those peeps that are really upset with me, with all the, you know, flying around with the cheater and stuff,” he says in this Twitch clip. “I got banned for a month.”
Grzesiek unmistakably isn’t crushed about the boycott, yet I assume he merits some credit for at any rate recognizing that he knew he was disrupting the guidelines. Not that there’s any inquiry concerning that: Close to the finish of the principal video, around the 8:50 check, the programmer says he offers the cheats and Grzesiek quickly shushes him, letting him know, “Don’t let out the slightest peep.” Plainly he realizes that he’s way finished the line.
The response on Reddit was typically blended between players troubled that prominent streamers like Grzesiek can apparently spurn the principles and escape with it, and the individuals who trust that he was basically featuring a genuine and continuous issue in PUBG. Grzesiek himself recommended, once the match was finished, that he was in any event in part propelled by PUBG’s inability to address persevering con artists once the flying-auto session had ended.