MissQGemini, also known as Haley Germaine, was a Twitch streamer who became infamous for cheating in a competitive match of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) live on stream. She tried to cover up her cheating by blaming it on a mysterious friend named ‘Clara’, who supposedly downloaded the cheating software on her computer. This incident sparked a lot of backlash and memes in the gaming community, and eventually led to her quitting streaming altogether.
What happened on the stream?
On June 12, 2017, MissQGemini was streaming a CS:GO match on Inferno. Just before the first round began, she opened up her hacking software, and enabled a pre-made cheating profile, turning on wallhacks. This allowed her to see the enemy players through walls and gain an unfair advantage.
She continued to play without realizing that her stream viewers could clearly see the cheats on her screen. When the chat pointed it out, she suddenly panicked and tried to act innocent. She first claimed that it was a glitch that showed everyone’s ranks, then said that her friend Rock had it before. She then blamed another friend named ‘Clara’, who she said had been playing on her PC and downloaded the cheats. She pretended to confront ‘Clara’ on the phone and asked her to delete the cheats. She then ended the stream abruptly.
How did the gaming community react?
The gaming community was quick to mock and criticize MissQGemini for her blatant cheating and lying. Her stream clip went viral on Reddit, YouTube, Twitter and other platforms. Many people made jokes and memes about ‘Clara’, who became a scapegoat for any cheating accusation in online games. Some people also called out MissQGemini for using her gender as an excuse for cheating, as she had ranted about how people accused her of cheating because she was a woman.
MissQGemini received a lot of hate messages and harassment online. She also faced legal consequences, as her CS:GO account was VAC banned for cheating. VAC stands for Valve Anti-Cheat, which is a system that detects and bans players who use cheats on Valve-controlled servers.
Where is MissQGemini now?
MissQGemini has effectively disappeared from the internet since the scandal. She deactivated her Twitch account voluntarily, and made her personal Twitter account private. She also changed her name to ‘TheDjinnn’ on Twitch, but she has not streamed since then.
She does still have a YouTube channel, named ‘Thawty’, although she has posted only a few videos, playing Rainbow Six Siege, and has less than 100 subscribers at the time of writing.
FAQ: The Ultimate Guide to Your Questions
Q: Who is MissQGemini?
A: MissQGemini, also known as Haley Germaine, was a Twitch streamer who became infamous for cheating in a competitive match of CS:GO live on stream.
Q: What did MissQGemini do?
A: MissQGemini used wallhacks to see the enemy players through walls and gain an unfair advantage in CS:GO. She tried to cover up her cheating by blaming it on a mysterious friend named ‘Clara’, who supposedly downloaded the cheating software on her computer.
Q: What happened to MissQGemini?
A: MissQGemini received a lot of backlash and memes from the gaming community for her cheating and lying. She also got VAC banned from CS:GO for cheating. She deactivated her Twitch account voluntarily and quit streaming altogether.
Q: Who is Clara?
A: Clara is a fictional friend that MissQGemini blamed for downloading the cheating software on her computer. Clara became a meme in the gaming community as a scapegoat for any cheating accusation in online games.