VIDEO: Call of Duty player gets robbed at gunpoint in real life while live-streaming game

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A real shooter! Gamer gets robbed at gunpoint while playing Call of Duty and the terrifying moment is captured in his livestream

  • Helio Negreiros played Call of Duty at his home in Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • Two armed robbers broke into his house and demanded money and valuables
  • He said he was most concerned about the safety of his dog Lilly Pinscher

This is when a video gamer falls victim to an armed robbery that was streamed live on the internet.

Video footage shows 36-year-old gamer Helio Negreiros being the victim of a robbery by two gunmen, with a suspect grabbing him by the neck and pointing a gun at his head.

The two men entered the mansion in the Brazilian municipality of Vinhedo on June 1, in search of money and valuables.

While Mr Negreiros was busy shooting enemies and life-threatening events on his YouTube channel, he did not notice two gunmen entering his house.

One of the robbers places a gun on the temple of lord Negreiros.

Helio Negreiros was playing Call of Duty and streaming the game live when he faced two gunmen at his home in Sao Paulo

Helio Negreiros was playing Call of Duty and streaming the game live when he faced two gunmen at his home in Sao Paulo

The robbers demanded Mr Negreiros to hand over cash and valuables

The robbers demanded Mr Negreiros to hand over cash and valuables

After the robbery, Mr Negreiros said he was most concerned about this dog

After the robbery, Mr Negreiros said he was most concerned about this dog

They can be seen in the footage of the victim, who was playing a live video game on the internet at the time, surprised and demanded money from him.

He said he was most concerned about his dog, who was barking frantically in the background.

A CCTV camera captured the robbers carrying some electrical appliances. Another camera shows that they took electronic devices from the building during the raid.

Helio told the news site G1: “They took cash, jewelry, precious crockery, portable devices, tablets, two cell phones and other things.”

The robbers placed the victim in a room while they stole items from the property. He managed to call the police while being held in the room.

He added: “I’m just not going to rest until everyone involved is behind bars.

“All social media, the military and the local police are helping me to unravel the mystery.

“We won’t be silenced. We will die fighting for what we think is right.”

He added: “If I hadn’t been extremely calm, I could have lost my life.

“But what I cared about most was my pet, Lilly Pinscher.”

The chilling raid was broadcast live on the gamer YouTube page.

Officers arrived at the scene 40 minutes later when the perpetrators had already fled, and they had to break open the door to reach the victim, who registered the crime with police on June 3.

Mr Negreiros said he wanted the police and military to use social media to try to track down the robbers

Mr Negreiros said he wanted the police and military to use social media to try to track down the robbers

A nearby property was also targeted by the two men. A female resident, who wished to remain anonymous, told local media how they entered the house and demanded money.

A married couple and four children were also in the building at the time of the burglary.

She told G1: ‘They wanted money. They said they didn’t want the television, they didn’t want anything.

“In the end they took a lot of stuff from the house, but what they really wanted was money.”

According to police, the men entered both buildings by making a hole in the surrounding fences.

Police are investigating both cases.

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