PUBG Mobile banned thousands of accounts and devices for cheating in the game. Level Infinite shared the latest anti-cheat report today.
PUBG Mobile has suspended 246,406 accounts and 2,642 devices for cheating last week. The company has a zero-tolerance policy for cheating and takes swift action against players who are caught cheating. Check out the more information below.
The most common types of cheating in PUBG Mobile include:
- Using unauthorized third-party software to gain an unfair advantage
- Hacking into the game’s code to modify gameplay
- Exploiting bugs or glitches in the game
- Teaming up with other players to cheat
PUBG Mobile has a number of measures in place to detect and prevent cheating, including:
- A team of dedicated security experts who monitor the game for suspicious activity
- A robust anti-cheat system that scans for unauthorized software
- A player reporting system that allows players to report suspected cheaters
If you suspect that someone is cheating in PUBG Mobile, you can report them using the in-game reporting system. You can also provide evidence of the cheating, such as screenshots or video footage. You will get in-game rewards for reporting cheaters.
PUBG Mobile is committed to providing a fair and enjoyable gaming experience for all players. By taking swift action against cheaters, the company is helping to ensure that the game is a level playing field for everyone.
Here are some additional details about the recent ban wave:
- The bans were carried out in the Asia, Europe, and Middle East regions.
- The most common type of cheating detected was the use of unauthorized third-party software.
- PUBG Mobile is constantly working to improve its anti-cheat measures and to detect and punish cheaters more effectively.