Popular Twitch streamer and YouTuber NICKMERCS has revealed how he avoids stream snipers while playing Warzone.
Warzone is one of the most popular games in the world right now so millions of gamers watch streamers playing it every day. However, being a Warzone streamer isn’t easy at the moment, thanks to stream snipers.
Stream snipers are players who watch a stream and try to track down and grief a streamer by joining their lobby. They are also a major problem in Warzone at the moment because the Warzone Streamer Mode is totally broken.
As one of the most popular streamers in the world, NICKMERCS faces stream snipers more often than almost everyone. Luckily, he has found a simple way to avoid them.
How To Stop Stream Snipers in Warzone
Stream sniping has always been a problem in Warzone. In fact, stream snipers have been ruining Warzone tournaments for ages now.
However, in his latest video, NICKMERCS has revealed how he now avoids stream snipers in Warzone. And simply enough, he just changed his name.
NICKMERCS revealed that he changed his in-game Warzone name to “user with a bunch of digits afterward” so that player would not recognize him in-game anymore. This hasn’t stopped stream snipers entirely, but it has significantly decreased the amount he comes across.
Nick recommends this method to any Warzone streamer who encounters stream snipers in their lobbies, even if it a less-than-ideal solution. Hopefully, when Raven Software fixes the streamer mode in Warzone, NICKMERCS and many other streamers can finally change their names back to what they want.
Also, check out all of the best assault rifle loadouts in Warzone Season 4. You might even be able to beat a stream sniper using these Warzone weapons.
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Finally, a leaker has revealed more details about the upcoming WW2 Warzone map. It sounds absolutely amazing!