xQc accuses Adin Ross’ teammate of cheating in a Black Ops 2 competitive match

Top Twitch streamers Adin Ross and Felix “xQc” Lengyel decided to play a Black Ops 2 bet against each other with a bunch of teammates – and it ended with xQc accusing Adin’s teammates of cheating.

Black Ops 2 may have come out back in 2012, but for many it remains the number one CoD game in the franchise’s long history.

To give fans a throwback to the ‘good old days’ of Call of Duty, Adin Ross and xQc went head-to-head in a BO2 competitive match and for the most part everyone loved it, players and fans alike.

But things soon went awry as xQc’s team grew suspicious of Adin’s teammate Prime.

While playing on Hijacked you can see Prime lying on the left side of the map, but then shout out that the opponents are on the right without actually seeing anyone to prove it. xQc said that this could be due to people in Prime’s chat implying that they are on the right side.

Prime himself said he “can’t believe they’re accusing him of cheating” while Adin tried to defend him.

Prime then attempted to prove that he wasn’t even looking at another monitor to gather information after being accused of doing so, showing he doesn’t have a monitor in the direction he was accused of. He claimed to have looked at the mini-map in the upper-right corner of his screen.

xQc’s stream ended shortly after, and while he wasn’t entirely convinced that Prime was cheating, he had doubts about the legitimacy of his gameplay.

It’s fair to say that while this betting game has brought Black Ops 2 back to the top of Twitch, we may not see these two teams go head-to-head any time soon.

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Emma Bowman

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