13/04/2015

GTA V Streamers Get Their Games Stolen By Viewers

Those of you thinking of streaming GTA V on PC, you better finish the entire installation process before going live or you might find yourself at the mercy of your viewers.

GTA V has been launched for PC and lots of people are celebrating by streaming the game. The thing is, after you install GTA V and you press play, the first thing that shows up on your screen is a Rockstar splash screen with your key on it.  Oops!!...
So, two unlucky streamers
happened to broadcast this part of the set-up process, and in doing so, revealed their specific game code to an big audience. It's easy to guess what happened next, right? ^_^)




Mr. Boss, a YouTuber with over 500,000 subscribers, had his game code stolen under his nose while livestreaming the game:




 Similarly, the deep-clivaged-dressed-Twitch-streamer Kaceytron had her code stolen while thousands of people watched: (ohhh, that'sarcastly sooooo sad... ^_^)

She should have her bra and all her clothes stolen Live, because she's disrespecting Twitch's Dress Code - but looks like that last year's updated Dress Code by Twitch, does not apply to every Twitch user, only to a specially selected few.
Fortunately, this big-ass-boobed-clivage-gamer-girl is already playing a different copy of the game, probably thanks her "chest-girls".
Let's hope Rockstar can help Mr. Boss get back up and running too. Both of these were innocent mistakes, which have been reportedly happening to other streamers, as well.

For the rest of us, this can serve as a cautionary tale: it’s probably best to fully boot up the game once to make sure it is working before livestreaming it to an audience. 
That way nobody snipes your $60 codes and you can make sure everything is functioning properly before going live.


 Source: Kotaku.com, adapted by Migueruta










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