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YouTube star drives roommate crazy with hilarious mouse prank

by Brad Norton

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While wireless mice are great for competitors and hardcore gamers, this hilarious prank by YouTube content creator Chase ‘Rainbow Six Siege pro coach shows that you can’t always trust the technology.

Wireless mice are undoubtedly some of the best PC gaming peripherals out there. You don’t have to stress about the reach of a cord and you’ll never miss a shot because you couldn’t drag your mouse far enough. But they do have an unforeseen downside. In this instance, pranks.

One YouTuber has taken it upon himself to drive a professional Rainbow Six Siege coach absolutely mental by hilariously pranking him with a wireless mouse.

In an October 7 post, Mason devised a ridiculous wireless mouse prank on Dark Zero's R6 pro coach Jordan ‘BKN’ Soojian, and the results were spectacular.

The concept of the prank was for Mason to connect his own mouse to BKN’s computer, wirelessly enabling him to mess with the coach’s aim. Mostly innocent at first for a quick laugh, the joke rapidly spiraled out of control as Soojian reached breaking point.

Starting with a simple gag of moving his crosshairs mid-gunfight, the tension was imminently palpable. “Dude my mouse is broken, what the f*ck,” BKN yelled after missing a series of headshots in his ranked match.

It didn’t take long at all for the coach to reach his breaking point, tweeting the peripheral's manufacturers FinalMouse to claim that his sensor wasn't working anymore and that he was entitled to a replacement. Little did he know, the prank was only just beginning.

“I can’t even get back in bro,” he said with his head in his hands. All due to the YouTuber now taking the prank to whole new levels and amusingly backing him out of ranked games entirely, an offense that, if repeated, can lead to suspensions and even outright bans. 

Finally catching on to the joke, BKN humorously hurled insults at Roy before tweeting that the YouTuber will no longer be “allowed back in this house.”

While the hilarity definitely served for some great content from the gaming house, let's all be glad that it was done in jest. Many other content creators have been angered beyond belief, leading to many smashed gaming peripherals in the past.