PUBG Mobile Anti Cheating Drive: New anti-cheat system bans 988,533 account

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PUBG Mobile Anti Cheating Drive: PUBG Mobile is easily one of the most played games in the world. With this huge popularity, comes a large segment of players who malpractice and corrupt the integrity of the fair gameplay. Players have, time and again complained about the cheaters and hackers in the game.

To tackle these hackers, PUBG Mobile’s developers have started using a strong anti-cheat system that detects foul play and bans cheaters instantly. Making people aware of the number of accounts banned, PUBG Mobile has been uploading weekly reports on how many accounts have been banned.

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Last week, 998,533 accounts were banned from PUBG Mobile January 15th to January 21st, 2021. Every account was permanently suspended and has been given a ban of 10 years.

Last week, PUBG Mobile suspended 1,217,342 accounts for using hacks. This week, they banned 21% fewer defrauders.

Tiers on which PUBG Mobile accounts were banned

  • 1 % of Conqueror tier accounts
  • 7% of Ace tier accounts
  • 10% of Crown tier accounts
  • 12% of Diamond tier accounts
  • 10% of Platinum tier accounts
  • 10% of Gold tier accounts
  • 12% of Silver-tier accounts
  • 38% of Bronze tier accounts

Banned cheat report

PUBG Mobile ban pan strikes: New anti-cheat system bans 988,533 account

28% of the cheats were banned because they were using auto-aim to shoot enemies. About 18% were banned for using X-ray visions to see the enemy’s location through the wall. 14% were banned for using speed hacks to outrun their enemies and have an unfair advantage.

21% of the cheaters received a ban for using modification of area damage– kill others with the help of increased bullet damage.

11% of the hackers were banned for using third-party plugins that enabled them to modify their character

The remaining 8% got banned because of unspecified reasons.