Bonafide Esports member Ananda “BDFRewind” Putra is current in a hot seat after he was caught using a “Wall Hack” third party program in a non-official PUBG Mobile tournament. This resulted in the esports pro being permanently banned from any official PUBG Mobile tournaments. BDFRewind has been part of Bonafide Esports since 2020 and is one of the team’s core members. The team had a pretty decent run during the PMPL Indonesia Season one, where they secured 6th place. Bonafide Esports was quick to address this issue, stating that they will not tolerate such actions and will impose a punishment for BDFRewind.
Indonesian PUBG Mobile Esports Pro BDFRewind Banned for Using Wall Hack
Bonafide Esports member Ananda “BDFRewind” Putra has been stripped of his title of PUBG Mobile esports pro after being caught using a Wall Hack third-party program during an unofficial PUBG Mobile tournament. According to a post from the official PUBG Mobile India page, the esports pro is now official banned from participating in future official PUBG Mobile tournaments.
The post ended by stating that they will continue to improve the rules and tolls so it can continue to provide a fair and competitive esports ecosystem for everyone.
Iman Taufik, Bonafide Esports’ representative, posted a video diving deep into the issue. The representative clarified that BDFRewind is not an official member of the organization.
“Please note that the members of our community are not officially recognized by Bonafide Esports,” Iman Taufik stated. “One of the rules in our community is to give the freedom for every member of the community to use the name Bonafide Esports in any offline/online tournament.”
He further added that they will not tolerate such action and will impose a stern warning and an internal punishment. Iman Taufik ended his statement by apologizing for the act committed by one of their members and pledged that the organization would be more strict in terms of how their members can use their organization’s name.
Cheating in PUBG Mobile has been one of the game’s biggest problems for both casual and pro play. However, PUBG Mobile continues to evolve and develop countermeasures to prevent cheaters from abusing exploits in the game.