PUBG Mobile 9 April, 2021 latest update: PUBG Mobile bans over 1.6 million accounts for cheating

PUBG Mobile 9 April, 2021 latest update: PUBG Mobile bans over 1.6 million accounts for cheating

PUBG Mobile has permanently banned over 1.6 million players for cheating in the last few days. PUBG Mobile shared in a tweet the latest PUBG Ban Pan anti-cheat report, which reveals that 1,692, 949 accounts were permanently banned between March 28, 2021, to April 1, 2021. Also Read - Honor of Kings beats PUBG Mobile to become the highest grossing mobile game in March 2021 “The #BanPan strikes again! From March 28th through April 1st, we permanently banned 1,691,949 accounts from accessing our game,” PUBG Mobile said in a tweet. It also shared data on the percentage of accounts banned in each category as well as offenses for which they were banned. Also Read - PUBG Mobile developer to launch new co-op game soon: 5 key developments For instance, the maximum 34 percent of accounts each was banned for auto-aim hacks, and x-ray vision. Apart from this, 12 percent were banned for speed hack, while 10 percent of accounts were banned for other reasons, respectively. Further, 6 percent and 4 percent of accounts were banned for modification of area damage …
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