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Saturday, September 29, 2012

Xbox Live Accounts that are Still in Existence

If you enjoy playing Call of Duty games online and watch YouTube videos, you may have caught one or two of MinnesotaBurns' videos where he trolls people who are making the Xbox Live community a pretty nasty place to be. His targets include children who rage loudly on the mic to people who claim to have hacks for the Xbox that would help other gamers cheat in online game matches.

Xbox Live has rarely taken action against these people who are harming the community and ignoring Xbox's own terms and conditions, however, Xbox has suspended Burnsy's own account indefinitely for "posing as a member of the Microsoft customer service" which he has not but has said that he works for a company called "Trollarch" that is independent from Treyarch, Infinity Ward, and Microsoft that monitors that games and reports gamers who break the online guidelines. Minnesota posts videos from online chats and game matches that he plays in and asks his "Trollarch staff" (which are the loyal viewers and subscribers of his channel) to report these gamers' gamer tags so that they can be removed from the Xbox Live community.

But, as of May 1st, 2012, a number of these gamer tags are still in existence without suspension for their deeds that have all been caught on video shot and uploaded by MinnesotaBurns. Here is a list of some of the gamer tags that had not been taken down in one of his videos.

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Consider looking up these gamer tags and alerting Xbox staff to their deeds so that the community can be a better place to be for all of us.

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