man in dominoes shirt holding game controller (l) man gesturing (c) call of duty on television in food prep area (r)


‘No way he got the Call of Duty on the Domino’s TV’: Viral TikTok shows worker playing video game on the menu screen

'So this is what the dominos tracker meant by warming up.'


Clara Wang

Internet Culture

Posted on Feb 10, 2022   Updated on Feb 16, 2022, 12:54 pm CST

A Domino’s Pizza worker was filmed using the menu screen to play a video game while the store was empty.

Captioned “Domiones 4 lyfe,” @stussyhussy’s video of a Domino’s Pizza employee playing a video game got over 2.2 million views since it was posted on Jan. 17.

A voiceover says: “Ain’t no way he’s got Call of Duty on the Domino’s TV.” The Domino’s worker, wearing his headset and uniform, is holding a controller and smiling as he plays what appears to be Call of Duty.

The store appears to be empty as no other customers are in sight. It is unclear if he is being filmed by another worker.

Viewers cracked jokes about the video and praised both the worker and Domino’s.

“So this is what the dominos tracker meant by warming up…,” @vincemcmahonjr commented.

“You going to need to 1v1 me if you want that tip,” @rainbowcadaver quipped.

“Man of culture,” a third said.

“Domino’s takes another W,” another worte.

Apparently, this isn’t the first time an employee was caught playing video games in the store. In another viral incident, a former Domino’s employee claimed he was fired from his job after posting a video featuring his managers playing video games on the job.

The Daily Dot reached out to @stussyhussy via TikTok comment and Domino’s Pizza through email.

Today’s top stories

‘Fill her up’: Bartender gives woman a glass of water when the man she’s with orders tequila shot
‘I don’t think my store has even sold one’: Whataburger employees take picture with first customer who bought a burger box
‘It was a template used by anyone in the company’: Travel agent’s ‘condescending’ out-of-office email reply sparks debate
Sign up to receive the Daily Dot’s Internet Insider newsletter for urgent news from the frontline of online.
Share this article
*First Published: Feb 10, 2022, 1:41 pm CST