PUBG Mobile ban pan: New anti-cheat system bans 3,884,690 accounts this week

PUBG Mobile new ban pan report states that a total of 3,884,690 accounts were banned due to using hacks from June 18-June 24. Read this article to know more.

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PUBG Mobile has seen tremendous success over the past few years both in terms of popularity and revenue. The game has crossed $1 billion in revenues in just five months of 2021, as per data analyst site Sensor Tower.

The game has been a tremendous success despite the ban in India and other countries. Even though, the game still stands in the hearts of every gamer and the game is playable somehow. It has fabulous and increasing eSports communities and rising revenue day by day. The game was also nominated for the Esports game of the year in Esports Awards 2021.

With such amazing achievements, the game has its share of troubles in the form of cheaters and hackers. They use various third-party software to obtain hacks so that they can easily win the game without making any effort. The number of cheaters and the use of third-party software has increased alongside the numbers of active players.

To maintain a legit and sustainable gaming platform for all, the developers of PUBG Mobile had introduced an anti-cheat system that rectifies and bans all cheaters who are subjected to use hacks to gain an unfair advantage over the legit players and a Ban Pan programme was introduced.

PUBG Mobile anti cheat system bans more than 3 million accounts for cheating!

PUBG Mobile officials launch a weekly report under their ban pan programme. The report enlists all the accounts that are subjected to ban along with the percentage of rank tiers and cheats used. As usual, a new weekly report was released today on their social media handles. From June 18 to June 24, the anti-cheat system has banned around 3,884,690 users accountable for cheating in the game by using hacks.

The major reasons for bans this week is character modification. This week’s ban report has seen a massive surge in the ban numbers when compared to the previous week ban report. It has increased by more than 51% percent which is more than 1.3 million.

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Down below are more details of the banned accounts respective to their rank tiers when banned:

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PUG MOBILE BAN PAN REPORT (Pubg mobile hacks)
  • Conqueror – 1%
  • Ace – 14%
  • Crown – 27%
  • Diamond – 25%
  • Platinum – 13%
  • Gold – 6%
  • Silver – 3%
  • Bronze – 10%

Most of the accounts were banned in crown and diamond tier who used cheats to climb their ranks.

Breakdown of cheats used this week (PUBG Mobile Ban Pan):

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PUG MOBILE BAN PAN REPORT (Pubg mobile hacks)
  • Speed hacks:>>5%
  • Modification of character model:>> 76%
  • X-Ray vision:>> 5%
  • Modification of Area Damage:>> 4%
  • Auto-Aim:>> 2%
  • Others:>> 8%

It seems that cheaters are coming up with m=new cheats like modifying their in-game characters. Eventually, they get caught under the radar of anti-cheat system. But the increased number of bans indicates the effectiveness of the PUBG Mobile anti cheat system.

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