PUBG Mobile has banned the accounts of lakhs of players who have an edge over other players by cheating and hacking into the game. The developers Tweet Tax has been told that 1.6 million or more than 1.6 million players have been banned in five days. They are all accused of cheating and hacking. The accounts of these players have been permanently banned. According to PUBG Mobile Anti-Cheat report, a total of 1,691,949 accounts have been permanently banned between March 28 and April 1.
In the tweet, PUBG Mobile has also shared that in more than 1.6 million accounts, 35 percent of players were at Bronze level, 13 percent in Diamond, 12 percent in Crown, 11 percent in Silver and Platinum, 9 percent in Gold, 8 percent In Ace and the remaining 1 percent were at Konqueror level.
Giving information about the hack being used by the players, PubG Mobile shared that 34 percent of the banned accounts were using auto-am and x-ray vision hacks, which allowed the players to lock the am on enemies and Help to see through walls. In these accounts 12 percent are banned for speed hacks, 6 percent for modification of area damage, 4 percent for modifying their character and 10 percent for using some other hacks.
PUBG Mobile hacks thousands of accounts every day. Game in the last round of Bain 1,813,787 to account Banned for using the above mentioned hack.