PUBG Mobile: Tencent permanently bans 472,258 accounts in a week for cheating in the game
PUBG Mobile Anti-Cheat Report: Tencent has always been firm on its grounds of fair play in PUBG Mobile. Developers have recently doubled down…
PUBG Mobile Anti-Cheat Report: Tencent has always been firm on its grounds of fair play in PUBG Mobile. Developers have recently doubled down on the fair policy when they introduced the device ban feature in PUBG Mobile. This feature prevents cheaters to use the same device in the game. Earlier today, Tencent published its latest Anti Cheat report, where it announced that the developer permanently banned over 472,258 accounts from 8th July to 14th July for cheating in PUBG. Read on to know more about the same. For future updates on PUBG Mobile, Follow InsideSport on GOOGLE NEWS
In a tweet from the official PUBG account, Tencent announced,
“From 7/8 to 7/14, we permanently suspended 472,258 accounts and 4,967 devices. During week 27, we removed 1,555 online cheat ads with 45,979,561 followers and views.”
PUBG Mobile’s Anti-Cheat System
The biggest problem for every game developer is cheaters in the game, as they ruin the game experience by using cheats to get an unfair advantage. This is an issue with most popular game titles, and naturally, PUBG is no different. PUBG has a huge fanbase, and sees millions of players logging into the game on a daily basis. Naturally, cheaters are inevitable in the popular BR title. Tencent is actively monitoring the cheaters and hackers in the game. To restrict them from accessing the game, Tencent has improved its Anti-Cheat system. The newly introduced Ban Pan 2.0 version prevents cheaters from joining the match. If the Anti-Cheat system detects any malicious app or file on the device, it automatically issues a permanent ban or device ban.
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PUBG Mobile Anti-Cheat Report
Tencent regularly releases anti-cheat reports on their social media handles to dissuade cheaters and hackers. This report always brings positivity among legit gamers.
🚨 #PUBGMOBILE #BanPan Report 🚨
From 7/8 to 7/14, we permanently suspended 472,258 accounts and 4,967 devices.
During week 27, we removed 1,555 online cheat ads with 45,979,561 followers and views.
Report online cheat ads: https://t.co/I2YOfrHFXLhttps://t.co/YdeCgfvp3Z pic.twitter.com/iZg4f0qvsE
— PUBG MOBILE (@PUBGMOBILE) July 17, 2022
Developers always urge players to avoid this kind of activity which gave them an unfair advantage, since it ruins the gameplay experience intended for players. Furthermore, they just gain an advantage during the match to ruin other players’ games. If you find any cheater in their match, then you should report that account to the in-game center, so the Tencent team review that account. For future updates on PUBG Mobile, follow InsideSport.IN.
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