In the wake of Activision-Blizzard’s lawsuit against cheating provider Call of Duty: Warzone, streamer IceManIsaac is calling for the passage of legislation that would allow hackers to be sent to prison.
If you play Warzone without cheating, you maybe don’t like people who do. And if you play actual games full time, like IceManIsaac, you can Actually don’t like hacks.
So Ice Man is delighted to hear the news about Activision-Blizzard’s lawsuit against Warzone’s popular cheat site EngineOwning. However, he did not stop there, as news of possible financial penalties was not enough.
Instead, Isaac wants the United States of America to commit egregious video game fraud that carries a prison sentence. He also explains why this is reasonable and to whom it will be intended.
Warzone streamer urges hackers to face jail time
The inclusion of “jail time” would obviously be reserved for serious cases. Prisons are overcrowded and abused as they are today.
It should be an exception to be worth the hard time, but if you get caught cheating in cash tournaments you could be locked out just like any cheater/thief/scam any other ♂️
– NRG Isaac (@IceManIsaac) January 5, 2022
In case you need context, EO is one of the biggest Warzone cheat providers and has made a lot of money on their hacks. On January 4, it was revealed that Activision is finally looking into the hacking website in court.
Financially, Isaac supports the goals of the lawsuit, noting that he hopes Activision can “take every last penny these fraudsters own.”
As mentioned earlier, he also wants to see other penalties. Note the laws of Korea, put an Overwatch hacking developer in jail back in 2018, Isaac suggested that America should follow suit.
Extending hopes that could land the hacker in jail, Isaac explained that “the inclusion will obviously be reserved for severe cases.” Noting players who have been “caught cheating in cash tournaments,” the streamer thinks the behavior is bad enough to warrant waiting times.
Argument is an interesting thing, because many arguments in answer thinks jail time is too harsh a punishment for those who happen to cheat in the game.
However, Isaac’s explanation that prison sentences will only go to “serious” hackers – such as those who cheat in high-rated tournaments – have earned some support. Overall, everyone seems to agree that would certainly be a powerful way to deter cheaters.
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