Aqua (right) has been accused of stream sniping Benjyfishy. (Picture: Getty Images
Doom Domain was the drop spot that was fought over. (Picture: Epic Games)
— 100T MrSavage (@MrSavage) October 24, 2020
When Benjy checked his friend list, it showed that Aqua was in the lobby, which makes it unlikely that Aqua's game crashed as he couldn't have loaded the game in that quick.
On top of that, MrSavage, Benjy’s teammate highlighted that when Aqua left the game, the loot appeared almost instantly which shouldn’t be the case when the game crashes. When the player’s game crashes, the loot usually appears after a minute or two.
It is claimed that both Aqua and Rezon were in MrSavage’s stream during the encounter.
An image circulating on social media appears to show Aqua in MrSavage's viewer list. (Picture: MrSavage)
While it is pretty hard to prove the stream sniping accusation, Aqua’s decision to disconnect before dying is against the FNCS ruleset. Rule 8.2 explicitly mentions that "Intentionally disconnecting from a match without a legitimate reason for doing so" can result in disciplinary action against the team.