PUBG Mobile permanently banned 1,026,448 accounts in the last week and here is the reason why?

PUBG mobile has again taken action against the cheaters and has permanently banned 1,026,448 accounts† PUBG Mobile has released the latest anti-cheating report on social media handles, banning accounts and making it clear that players who go against game policies will not be spared. PUBG Mobile is a great battle royale game that is much loved by worldwide players and millions of players participate in the game daily, but there are many of these players who always want to win the game by cheating. This anti-cheating squad was launched in the game to ban these cheaters.

PUBG Mobile has the BAN PAN Report between August 27 to September 2, 2021, during which 1,026,448 accounts were permanently banned† PUBG Mobile banned all these accounts for three main reasons, the first reason being the character model change, the second reason being Auto-Aim Hacks and the third main reason being Speed ​​Hacks/X-Ray Vision/Area Damage Modification. Now let’s tell you which accounts have been banned by PUBG Mobile and what are the reasons for banning all these accounts.

PUBG Mobile Ban Pan Report from August 27 to September 2, 2021:


List of PUBG Mobile Accounts Permanently Banned

1) 15% Crown accounts banned

2) 9% Silver Accounts Banned

3) 15% Diamond Accounts Banned

4) 1% Conqueror Accounts Banned

5) 8% Gold Bills Banned

6) Banned 11% Platinum Accounts

7) 32% Bronze accounts banned

8) 9% Ace accounts banned

List of cheats that got these accounts banned

1) 16% accounts banned for auto-targeting hacks

2) 15% accounts banned due to X-Ray Vision

3) 28% Accounts banned due to character model change.

4) 15% accounts banned due to area damage change

5) 15% of accounts banned due to Speed ​​Hacks.

6) Banned 11% of accounts where the reason is not given

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Updated: April 2, 2022 — 7:31 am

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