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On Saturday, Twitch broadcaster Haley-Isabel “MissQGemini” was discovered cheating while playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. But she didn’t blame herself for the cheating; instead, she blamed her friend Clara.

During the warmup portion of a competitive battle on Inferno, MissQGemini loaded a software with cheat options including aimbot, triggerbot, and graphics, all while streaming the entire thing. She switched off her default.conf configuration and loaded a profile1.conf configuration from the config menu. Configurations are essentially all of the preferences that a user has while playing a game.

She faked genuine callouts and emotions after she was active, unaware that her viewers might see the same wallhack she was seeing. A wallhack is a type of cheat that allows players to view their opponents through barriers, giving them an unfair advantage. MissQGemini’s wallhack provided her with the ability to see player model skeletons, weapons, and health levels.

She displayed willful ignorance about the programme on her computer when she learned her cheat could be seen on her Twitch replay, and then had a few lovely words for her buddy, Clara, who wasn’t in the room at the time. MissQGemini gave an almost Oscar-worthy performance.

MissQGemini raged, “I’m going to kill this girl.” “I’m going to kill her right now.” She agreed not to use [the cheat] on my computer.”

Her humiliating of Clara, however, seemed to contradict what she eventually said.

MissQGemini stated, “She was here today, and I was watching her.” “All I’m going to do now is uninstall [CS:GO].” Because of [Clara], I’m not getting a VAC ban.”

Players that cheat on Valve-secured servers are subject to a VAC (Valve Anti-Cheat) ban, which is a Steam ban. MissQGemini would have known about the cheat installed on Clara’s computer if she had been watching her sooner. It’s still unclear whether Clara genuinely exists.

MissQGemini’s Twitch channel was blocked on Saturday, but she created a new one under the identity “I’m over it,” MissQGemini remarked later that day in a new broadcast. “To be honest, I don’t give a damn.”

MissQGemini also used her new channel to livestream herself moving CS:GO weapon skins to a friend’s Steam account, which will almost certainly be banned for Site Suspension Evasion.

She even dismissed claims of cheating as veiled misogyny.

When asked by Twitch chat if he’d seen MissQGemini’s appeals against Clara, popular Twitch streamer and ex-pro gamer Jaryd “summit1g” Lazar responded with a hilarious reaction.

Summit expressed his dissatisfaction with the situation, saying, “It doesn’t make sense to me.” “Your somewhat successful channel has now been blocked for appearing to be slightly better at [CS:GO].” It doesn’t get much better. “I’m baffled as to why you’d do anything so idiotic.”

Since Clara’s alleged sabotage became public, Reddit and Twitch chat users have been having a field day.

In Stewie’s chat, instead of typing VAC (Valve Anti-Cheat), they’ll say “CLARA” or other names like Clara Logic Gaming (not CLG), Clara9 (not Cloud9), or Clara2k (not Cloud9 player Jake “Stewie2k” Yip). The Clara meme has now been applied to almost everything in CS:GO.

Cloud9’s professional players, including Stewie, were also involved in the meme’s inception.

MissQGemini’s Twitter account has since been changed to private. “It’s funny how kids who are shielded by a keyboard have a lot to say.” Her Twitter bio states, “Sweet dreams, kiddies.”

Let’s hope karma comes back to bite her. Her Steam account and stuff are almost certainly destined for the VAC-banned cheaters’ graveyard.

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