The popularity of PUBG Mobile is growing exponentially day by day as it was the highest paying game of 2020 and added over 232 million new players to its existing user base.
With so many active players, it is important that the game is free from cheaters. To combat these cheaters and maintain fair play, the developers of PUBG Mobile have put in place strong anti-cheat systems.
A few days ago, they also revealed that they have taken action against PUBG Mobile’s online cheating material and removed over 125,000 cheat videos and posts from social media platforms. They also publish a weekly report informing fans of the action they have taken against cheaters.
PUBG Mobile has released its eighteenth report for cheaters who were banned from the previous week, which was January 1 to January 7. The report revealed that over 1,754,008 accounts have been banned from PUBG Mobile for fraud, each of which is permanently suspended.
The first report was released on August 29, where 1,273,152 accounts were suspended, and the second saw 1,838,223 accounts get started.
Last week, PUBG Mobile suspended 2,395,953 accounts for cheating. This week, they banned 47% less fraudsters compared to the previous week.
A breach of banned PUBG Mobile accounts
2% of Conqueror level accounts
8% of Ace level accounts
12% of Crown level accounts
14% of Diamond level accounts
11% of Platinum level accounts
8% of Gold level accounts
9% of Silver level accounts
36% of Bronze level accounts
Cheat report prohibited
24% of the cheats were banned due to the use of auto aim, which is used to automatically shoot enemies using third-party scripts.
About 28% used x-ray visions to gain an unfair advantage and see the enemy’s position through covers and walls.
15% were using speed hacks to outmatch enemies via unfair movement advantage.
14% of scammers were suspended for using an area damage modification, where they could instantly kill others with increased bullet damage.
7% of hackers got banned for using character model modification to gain unfair advantage using third party plugins.
The remaining 12% were banned for unspecified reasons.
Posted Jan 10, 2021 12:37 AM IST