PUBG Mobile Bans 297,265 Accounts for Cheating in Week 21, Know More
PUBG Mobile bans 297,265 accounts for cheating in the latest anti-cheat report. The company has a zero-tolerance policy for cheating and encourages players to report any suspected cheaters.
PUBG Mobile has banned 297,265 accounts for cheating in the game’s latest anti-cheat report. The report, which covers the week of May 26 to 1st June 2023, shows that PUBG Mobile is continuing to crack down on cheaters in order to provide a fair and enjoyable experience for all players. Read on to learn more about the latest Ban Pan report.
PUBG Mobile Bans 297,265 Accounts for Cheating in Week 21
The majority of the banned accounts were caught using third-party software to gain an unfair advantage in the game. This includes software that provides players with aimbot, wallhacks, and other cheats. Other banned accounts were caught for exploiting bugs in the game or for teaming up with other players in solo matches.
PUBG Mobile has a zero-tolerance policy for cheating, and any player caught cheating will be permanently banned from the game. The company also encourages players to report any suspected cheaters to PUBG Mobile’s customer support team.
The latest anti-cheat report shows that PUBG Mobile is committed to providing a fair and enjoyable experience for all players. The company’s aggressive anti-cheat measures are helping to keep cheaters out of the game, and they are making PUBG Mobile a more enjoyable experience for everyone.
In addition to the bans, PUBG Mobile has also released a new anti-cheat system called PAN 2.0. PAN 2.0 is a more sophisticated anti-cheat system that uses machine learning to detect and ban cheaters. PAN 2.0 is still under development, but it has already been effective in banning a large number of cheaters.
PUBG Mobile is constantly working to improve its anti-cheat measures in order to keep cheaters out of the game. The company’s efforts are paying off, and PUBG Mobile is becoming a more enjoyable experience for all players.