ImperialHal was swatted while streaming, and police reportedly told him to do something about it

ImperialHal was swatted while streaming, and police reportedly told him to do something about it ...

ImperialHal received a police visit while playing through some games of Apex Legends, which temporarily halted his stream.

Despite the fact that there are still streamers who are swatted, ImperialHal maintained his innocence.

ImperialHal was just swatted in the middle of a streamdo match on instagram and people have nothing better to do this is so stupid. pic.twitter.com/uY1PcFdHHk

Hal abruptly stops playing the game, which neither of his teammates seem to notice at first. Verhulst checked on ImperialHal before turning around and rejoining the fight.

After watching Hals's stream, viewers could hear loud knocks on his door before a police officer leaned in his room and shook him on the shoulder to get his attention. One of the cops might even be heard joking to him that he might get back to playing the game in a minute.

Hal returned to his stream minutes later, telling everyone what had happened. According to him, the police know these calls are trolls, and reportedly advised Hal that he should do something about them. Outside of moving addresses, there is little that streamers can do about anonymous phone calls.

Hal went on to state that one of the officers who responded to the call knew who he was and probably plays Apex. When one officer asked Hal if he was a big deal, the other confirmed that Hal had about 30,000 viewers.

Even though ImperialHal has been convicted many times before, he was fortunate that his teammates knew how to handle the situation. Despite losing Hal while he talked to the police, Verhulst and Albralelie still won their ranked game.