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PUBG Mobile Bans 1,450,234 Accounts For Hacking

Nutan Lele
7/Dec/2020 09:27 am

PUBG mobile has suspended over 1.4 million accounts for using unfair means or cheats to play the game.
From November 27th-December 3rd, 1,450,234 accounts have been permanently suspended from accessing the game.
These bans can last for 10 years.

PUBG Mobile has had a major problem with hacking for a while now, and it seems that developer PUBG Corporation has had enough. PUBG mobile has suspended over 1.4 million accounts for using unfair means or cheats to play the game. In an anti-cheating announcement on Twitter, PUBG said, “From November 27th-December 3rd, 1,450,234 accounts have been permanently suspended from accessing our game.”

PUBG Mobile Ban Hammer Stats

PUBG Mobile Account bansCourtesy: PUBG MOBILEOut of all the accounts, 33% were in Bronze while Conqueror saw 2% of the bans. The tweet further noted the hacks that players used that led to the suspension of their accounts. Over a quarter of the bans were for auto-aim hacks while almost another quarter was banned for X-ray vision. 19% of hackers were using speed hacks.

As per a report by Screen Rant, it makes a huge difference if the device is banned and not the account. This is because players can be banned forever from playing with the device they were caught cheating with whereas account bans can be worked around by simply creating a new one. PUBG Mobile has a dedicated anti-cheating division that continuously monitors players that have been reported for using unfair means. A ban from PUBG can last for 10 years.

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