PUBG Mobile banned almost 2 million cheaters last week2021-02-06 04:18:00
Tencent published a weekly ‘ban pan’ report to reveal the number of banned players. According to the report, the company permanently banned 1,85 million suspicious accounts from January 29 to February 4.
The most common reason for blocking is auto aim-hacks with 30 percent in total. About 29 percent of hackers were banned for X-ray vision, while 19 percent of players used to play with speed hacks. Approximately 11 percent of banned accounts were modifying their models and eight percent were modifying the area damage. Only three percent of players were removed for ‘other’ reasons.
A significant amount of cheaters was seen at the lowest rank. Almost 35 percent of accounts were at the rank ‘Bronze’.