TimTheTatman spent some time doing what he terms “Solo-Spectating,” in the same vein as his August 16 stream.
This is when a streamer enters a random lobby and dies quickly, either due to an adversary or a failure to release his parachute, leaving the audience to watch.
Tim finds himself in an intriguing lobby after his round of solo-spectating. After dying, the streamer observes a player who is subsequently shot in mid-air and remarks, “That guy was cheating.”
Warzone then switches the spectating camera on a suspicious player, prompting TimTheTatman to inquire in chat: “This is a hacker lobby.” “Am I in a hacker lobby right now?”
After asking his chat that question, the cheater he was watching shakes his camera up and down, signaling “yes” to the stream.
“Wait, how do you know I’m in a hacker lobby? I’m in a hacker lobby?” Tim asks, in which the player signals yes again.
Instead of getting shadowbanned and sent into a hacker lobby by the game, the hackers stream sniped him in a way that allowed them to be placed into his lobby.
The stream snipers have struck again.
TimTheTatman continues to observe a player known as “elp0wp0w,” who has been answering to the streamer’s inquiries, demonstrating that he is watching Tim’s live stream.
To gain his attention, the streamer cries out “el,” to which he responds that he can hear him with a vertical camera shake signaling, “Yes.”
Tim asks the stream sniping hacker if the player he killed earlier was “Full of sh**,” and the player continues to answer “Yes” while Tim explains how he knew he was cheating.
“Alright, stop, stop! You’re gonna make me throw up!” Tim interrupts his own sentence right before the player sprays a heart on the wall, signaling an apology.
This isn’t the first time Timmy’s stream has been interrupted by stream snipers, and it’s unlikely to be the last.