PUBG Mobile remains vigilant: 193,463 accounts have been banned by PUBG Mobile for cheating in week 44. The creators are working hard to prevent cheating and promote an equitable play environment.
See below for additional details regarding the most recent ban report.
PUBG Mobile Remains Vigilant, Suspends 193,463 Accounts
Auto-aim (20%), X-ray vision (7%), and speed hacks (4%), were the most often utilized cheats. Of the hackers, 5% were banned for utilizing third-party plugins that allowed them to alter area damage. For different reasons, 64% of the accounts have been banned.
From 11/3 to 11/9, we permanently suspended 193,463 accounts & 3,367 devices.
— PUBG MOBILE (@PUBGMOBILE) November 12, 2023
Data from player matches is analyzed by the Ban Pan system to spot questionable behavior. The Ban Pan system allows players to report suspected cheaters. A group of human investigators that manually examine cheating reports is another feature of the Ban Pan system.
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A player will be banned from PUBGM if they are discovered to be cheating. Depending on the kind of cheating that was found, a different ban will apply. If a player is discovered using a wallhack, for instance, their ban might be lifted sooner than if they are discovered using an aimbot.
In PUBG Mobile, cheating is bad since it makes the game unplayable for other players. Cheating gives one player an unfair advantage and prevents other players from winning.
People may become so frustrated by this that they decide to give up on the game entirely. So this was the reports of PUBG Mobile remains vigilant.