PUBG; 30,000+ Accounts are banned parentally for cheating

PUBG; 30,000+ Accounts are banned parentally for cheating: You all should know that the PUBG has rolled out a new updates or Vikendi Map which is officially out now. Also, with the latest updates which is version 0.10.0 some new features came out and the rules became stricter. Also, you all should know that the new update is bringing some new security features too and it caused to ban a lot of accounts. As per the reports, PUBG Corp’s massive crackdown on over 30,000 fraudulent player accounts.

PUBG bans over 30,000 players , implements new anti-cheating features

Sources are saying that the BattleEye algorithms have helped the company detect and ban accounts using methods such as Radar Hacking win the game and other competition too. Also, the reports are coming that PUBG is going to be over strict and the user cannot use it anymore if they are using it by applying any trick or something. Also, the hack of this game is nearly possible but you cannot say that it will be a safe play.

You all should know that the hacking is essentially a method where users can obtain server information and collect data to an external device using a Virtual Private Network (VPN). Overall, it is a cheating and we don’t think that you all can process the game like that because it allowed these users to see all players’ positions on a secondary device, making it easier for them to win.

Also, the reports are coming that the hack was participated in PUBG Mobile’s e-sport competitions in Europe and North America mostly. After the crackdown, many players and users have acknowledged their accounts getting suspended from the game. One of the most popular players to be suspended is Can “TEXQS” Ozdemir of the Pittsburgh Knights. Reports are coming that he had won about $36,000 in prizes in last one year.