PUBG Mobile’s New Anti-Cheat Bans 2 Million Accounts in a Week
PUBG, the most playable game in the world. It has millions of users from all over the world and every type of user use to play the game. Many people use Pubg cheats and some of the hackers are also there.
So, to control the game and prevent the game from hackers and cheaters Player Unknown Battle Ground ( PUBG ) introduced a new chat system that will detect, and ban Pubg cheaters, and hackers faster. The system works perfectly and banned about 2 million Pubg mobile accounts and more than 1.5 million devices were blocked by the system.
Recently, PUBG officials tweeted on their official Twitter account in which they tell the details of banned and most of the account was banned due to hacks and cheats used by the players. They banned 2,273,152 accounts and 1,424,854 devices from the 20th of August to the 27th of August. The majority of players were using a hack of auto-aim, speed cheats, X-Ray Vision, and many others.
They later posted a statistic of banning accounts via their official Twitter account. According to the post, 32 % of people were using X-Ray vision, 27 % people were using Auto-Aim, 12 % were using Speed Hack, 4 % were modifying damage areas, 3 % were using modifying character models and rest of other bans are 22 %.
If your account is banned then you can play PUBG again easily by creating a new account but if your device is banned then it is very difficult to unban your device to play PUBG again.
PUBG will bring their new update v.10 on the 8th of September which might unban your device. The update will also make it harder for cheaters and hackers to use Pubg Mobile cheats and hacks. The update will bring a $2 million esports tournament and they will also add new graphics and many others.