Teen Fortnite champion victim of ‘swatting’
Teen Fortnite champion victim of ‘swatting’ Teen Fortnite champion victim of ‘swatting’That was that swatting scare for the sixteen-year-old fortnite champion police surrounding his home, while he was in the middle of the game, believing the teen had committed a crime. Tj is here with that story. For us in this is a seriously dangerous prank in the past. In this case, a SWAT team showed up surround of the Pennsylvania home thinking that a teenager had killed his dad and was holding his mom hostage. What was really going on and that home a teenager was playing a video game, but not just any team. There was a then this teen was possibly a prankster Target, these the sixteen-year-old newly-crowned best gamer in the world. After winning the fortnite World Cup Mountain taking home the three million-dollar prize. It’S pretty surreal. I got out there and played amazing weekend Kyle Booga giersdorf bailed in the middle of a fortnite. After his dad interrupts, Google believes he been spotted and abruptly leave the live stream call the authorities directing them innocent person’s home. The prankster reported Booga had shot his father turn to the game. 10 minutes later turns out one of the officers and recognized in this case. No one was harmed, but swatting has been deadly in the past and 2017-28 Gyro Andrew Finch, French was shot and killed by police cases of swatting happen Nationwide every year. What it could have possibly gotten someone injured in the process. I don’t hate you. I am sorry that your life has brought you to this and that person that called in someone killed in prison – and this has been a problem in the Gaming Community because there’s a voyeuristic element to it – they’re playing live online. So you can see the result of your prank when you call it in and see the police show up. So they said we got lucky on this one, but this has been an issue figure to unnecessary issue. Channel you like to get more video show, highlights and watch live event coverage click on the right over here to subscribe to our Channel and don’t forget to download the ABC News app for breaking news alerts. Thanks for watching Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf, 16, who recently won a $3 million prize, was in the middle of a Fortnite livestreaming session when he was targeted.