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Gamer Comes to Aid of Bullied 10-Year-Old

Bullying online isn’t a matter of fun and games.

A 10-year-old kid was duped into thinking he joined FaZE, a gaming group that plays the popular game Call of Duty. He changed his gaming name, only to later find out the joke was really on him when he wasn’t allowed to become part of the group.

A gamer named KEEMSTAR got wind of the prank and decided to let the boy — who was reportedly suicidal — join after all, in a gesture that absolutely made the kid’s day.

Check out their exchange, which leaves the kid speechless. You may even get goosebumps when you see other players join in.

Sometimes, it’s nice to see the good guys win. Even before they play.

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