PUBG Mobile’s Massive Crackdown: Over Half a Million Accounts Suspended

PUBG Mobile’s Massive Crackdown: Over Half a Million Accounts Suspended
PUBG Mobile’s Massive Crackdown: Over Half a Million Accounts (Image via: PUBG MOBILE X Handle)Suspended

May 27, 2024 – In a significant move against cheating, PUBG Mobile has announced the suspension of a staggering 522,718 accounts and 15,398 devices. The action was taken between May 17 and May 23, 2024.

The announcement was made through PUBG Mobile’s official Twitter account on May 26, 2024. The tweet highlighted the company’s ongoing efforts to ensure fair play and a level playing field for all its players.

PUBG Mobile’s initiative, known as the BanPan Report, is a weekly update that provides information about the number of accounts and devices suspended due to cheating. This initiative is part of PUBG Mobile’s broader strategy to combat cheating and maintain the integrity of the game.

During the same week, PUBG Mobile also removed 889 online cheat ads, which had amassed a total of 672,293 followers and views. This action is part of PUBG Mobile’s commitment to eliminating sources of cheating from the game.

PUBG Mobile has been consistently releasing BanPan reports, highlighting their ongoing efforts to curb cheating. For instance, in the week from June 30 to July 6, they suspended 507,499 accounts and 15,865 devices. They also removed 117,714 online cheat ads, which had a staggering 647,278,952 followers and views.

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The company’s anti-cheat measures have been well-received by the player community. Many players appreciate the transparency provided by the BanPan reports and the company’s commitment to ensuring a fair gaming environment.

However, the fight against cheating is far from over. Cheating continues to be a significant issue in online gaming, and companies like PUBG Mobile are continually working on new strategies and technologies to combat this problem.