PUBG Mobile Developer Bans 2,395,953 Accounts Amid Anti-Cheat System

PUBG Mobile developer bans 2,395,953 accounts amid anti-cheat system. In order to combat cheaters and ensure fair play, PUBG Mobile developers have some robust anti-cheat mechanisms in place. They post a weekly newsletter reminding fans of the acts they have taken against cheaters.

PUBG Mobile released its seventeenth study for cheaters who had been suspended in the previous week, i.e. from December 18 to December 24. The study reported that over 2,395,953 accounts were barred from PUBG Mobile for fraud, each of which received a permanent suspension.

The first report was posted on August 29th, where 1,273,152 accounts were suspended, and the second one saw 1,838,223 accounts getting the boot.

Last week, PUBG Mobile suspended 2,127,454 accounts for cheating. This week, they have banned 12% more defrauders as compared to the previous week.

[image: Official PUBG on Mobile]

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