PUBG Mobile has banned the accounts of millions of players who have outdone other players by committing fraud and hacking into the game. Developer Tweet Taxes are told that 1.6 million or more than 1.6 million players have been banned in five days. They are all charged with fraud and hacking. The accounts of these players have been permanently banned. A total of 1,691,949 accounts were permanently blocked between March 28 and April 1, according to the PUBG Mobile Anti-Cheat Report.
In the tweet, PUBG Mobile also shared that in more than 1.6 million accounts, 35 per cent of the players were at the bronze level, 13 per cent at Diamond, 12 per cent at Cran, 11 per cent at Silver and Platinum, 9 per cent at Gold, 8 percent were at S and the remaining 1 percent were at Konqueror level.
Informing about the hack being used by the players, PUBG Mobile shared that 34 per cent of the banned accounts were using Auto-M and X-ray Vision hacks, allowing players to lock um on enemies. Provided and assisted in viewing the wall. These accounts include a 12 percent ban on speed hacks, a 6 percent ban on field damage, a 4 percent ban on changing your character, and a 10 percent ban on using other hacks.
PUBG Mobile hacks thousands of accounts every day. Game in Ben’s last round 1,813,787 in the account The use of the above hack has been banned.