Its parent company Tencent keeps banning such players to rein in cheaters in the PUBG game. Now the company has suspended 12,217, 342 accounts from PUBG Mobile in its latest move from 8 January to 14 January 2021, which were found to be involved in hacking and cheating during this period. PUBG Mobile has information about this in its official Tweeter handle Is given through
According to the information that PUBG has shared, 48% of these hackers have been banned due to changes in auto-hams and their character models. Apart from this, 22% hackers were using X-ray vision, due to which they have been banned. At the same time 12% has been banned for speed hacks and 7% for modifying area damage.
While giving detailed information on the hackers, PUBG has told which rank hackers have been banned. Accordingly, Bronze (38%), Silver: 11%, Gold: 9%, Platinum: 11%, Diamond: 12%, Crown: 10%, Ace: 6% and Conqueror: 3%. PUBG Mobile is banned in India and the company is constantly trying to get this game back in India. PUBG was banned in India last year with over 100 Chinese apps.
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