Warzone Pro Vapulear responds to Aydan’s bet cheating allegations

Warzone pro ‘Vapulear’ responded to allegations of cheating on other Call of Duty players after top talent Aydan claimed he had thousands of dollars unpaid.

Between events and stacked tournaments, Warzone players routinely enter competitions or other wagers to keep the competition alive and earn some extra money on the side. Since these are direct player-to-player transactions, quick payouts are expected once the dust settles.

Aydan didn’t see the $2,500 he claimed to have won from Vapulear after their bets and warned other players against placing bets with him.

Vapulear denied having withheld money due to a bet and explained his side of the dilemma after word of Aydan’s allegation spread.

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“I’m just writing this to clarify a few things,” Vapulear called. “I have not cheated anyone for bets/sidebets nor will I ever do so.

“My PayPal got blocked with £4000 trying to send him the money owed. Also, I tried several times to send via CashApp, which kept getting restricted until it was finally blocked.”

Technical difficulties aside, Vapulear has pledged to pay Aydan the money owed. The UK resident says the money is already on its way to the American pro and Aydan said he will confirm the transfer online once it is complete.

This comes after a jaw-dropping tweet in which Aydan shed light on his issue that sparked the wave of criticism of Vapulear.

“Just a heads up, don’t bet or make side bets with Vapulear,” Aydan said. “He cheated me with bets out of over $2,500 so I just wanted to warn anyone who is betting.”

Vapulear claims to have received backlash and even death threats as a result of the allegations. After paying Aydan, the British pro says he’s “done playing” and expects to retire from the Warzone scene in the coming weeks.

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Emma Bowman

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