PUBG Mobile, one of the most popular battle royale games on the mobile platform, has enjoyed continued success in the mobile market. The success of the main game also paved the way for several regional releases.
To counter cheaters and cheaters, PUBG Mobile has implemented an anti-cheat system that detects and bans players involved in cheating/hacking. Here is this week's PUBG Mobile ban pan report which tells us that over 1.49 million accounts are banned this week.
Between April 16 and April 22, a total of 1,498,738 accounts were banned, an increase of 2.4% from accounts banned last week, according to the latest PUBG Mobile pan ban report. P>
51% of banned accounts being low level (Bronze+Silver) proves the effectiveness of the anti-cheat system in early detection.
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Breakdown of tips used this week:
This is not the last PUBG Mobile ban report as cheaters will continue to cheat and the anti-cheat system will continue to ban them.