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PUBG anti cheat system report bans 1,498,738 accounts this week 2021

It’s fun and peaceful to play. Every day, new games for those looking to build a large fan base are published. Tencent’s PUBG Mobile is one of the games that millions of people around the world can enjoy. The game brings new gaming experiences and the level of difficulty at all levels increases.

In order to benefit others, some players cheat inserting third-party apps/scripts into the game. This damages not only the game but also undermines the competitive value of players who play equally.

The PUBG Mobile creators have put in place many anti-cheat schemes to prevent cheaters from destroying the game. They also report on weekly action taken to warn fans against fraudsters.

The PUBG Mobile reports have now been released for the cheaters banned since the week before, 4 April 2021.

The survey for this week reported that PUBG Mobile has prohibited more than 1,498,738 accounts to be cheated, each of which is suspended permanently.

Break-up of the banned PUBG Mobile accounts

1% of Conqueror tier accounts

7% of Ace tier accounts

11% of Crown tier accounts

12% of Diamond tier accounts

10% of Platinum tier accounts

9% of Gold tier accounts

11% of Silver-tier accounts

39% of Bronze tier accounts

Banned cheats

25% of the cheats were banned because of the automatic use of third-party scripts to shoot the enemies.

About 24% of the cheaters used radiological visions to gain an unfair advantage and to see the position of the enemy through coverings and walls.

23% used speed hacks to overpower enemies through unfair motion.

12% received suspensions for using area damage modifications to kill others with increased bullet damage immediately.

The remaining 9% got banned due to unspecified reasons.

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