Garena Banned 2.9 Million Free Fire Accounts In The Last Two Weeks For Using Cheats

Garena has released the last bi-weekly report of the 2021 Free Fire ban report is released. Here we will take a look at Garena banned 2.9 million Free Fire accounts in the last two weeks for using cheats.

Garena Banned 2.9 million Free Fire Accounts
Garena Banned Over 2.9 million Free Fire Accounts

With 2021 coming to a close Garena has released the last ban notice of the year. Free Fire offers intense close weapon battles with special in-game weapon skins and character skills. Here in this article, we will take a look at the latest ban report issued by Garena banned 2.9 million Free Fire Accounts in the last two weeks for using cheats.

Free Fire is very strict when it comes to the in-game policies overusing cheats. Developers uses an in-built anti-cheat engine that detects the players using cheats and unfair means. Let us take a look at the latest ban report by Garena banned 2.9 million Free Fire accounts in the last two weeks for using cheats.

Garena Banned 2.9 Million Free Fire Accounts

Ban Report
Latest Ban Report

There is an official anti-cheat system in the game that helps identify hackers and cheaters. A bi-weekly report is also shared on the official handles of Free Fire and it contains an overall result of the banned Free Fire accounts.

The anti-cheat system’s function is to identify and ban the cheaters/ hackers or players who align with cheaters. Many cheaters or hackers use third party sources of hacks or software. Players can also report these hackers to let the officials know the cheater’s ID. Then the officials will take care of further progress.

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Below is a breakdown of the percentage of hackers and cheaters who cheated using third-party apps and hacking scripts in the last two weeks:

  • In total, 44.9 percent of cheaters were banned for the use of auto-aim cheats. A third-party script uses auto-aim to automatically target the enemy hitbox.
  • Over 27 percent of cheaters used antenna hacks, which gave the hacker access to detailed information about every enemy on the map.
  • Teleportation hacks were used by 17.5 percent of users who were banned. By using this cheat, players can instantly move from one location to another.
  • Approximately 6 percent of banned accounts used wallhacks, used to surpass bullets through walls effortlessly.
  • The remaining 4.5 percent were banned for reasons not specified.

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