The famous battle royale game PUBG Mobile banned a total of 1,754,008 accounts from January 1, 2021 to January 7, 2021. PUBG Mobile is always releasing new updates to protect the game from cheaters and hackers and to keep the PUBG players’ interest in the game.
PUBG Mobile has also removed more than 125,000 hacking videos posted on the social media platform. Now PUBG Mobile has published the eighteenth report on account bans. In the latest report, PUBG Mobile has permanently banned more than 17 million accounts and now the blocked accounts are no longer accessible.
The first anti-cheating report was published on August 29, 2022 and a total of 1,273,152 accounts were permanently banned. The latest anti-cheating report of 2022 banned more than 2,395,952 accounts for cheating.
Here is the breakdown of the Banned Accounts from January 1, 2022 to January 7, 2021
- 2% of Conqueror accounts
- 8% of Ace accounts
- 12% of Crown accounts
- 14% of Diamond accounts
- 11% of Platinum Accounts
- 8% of gold accounts
- 9% of Silver tier accounts
- 36% of Bronze-tier accounts