PUBG Mobile permanently suspended 453,051 accounts during week 24, Know More
PUBG Mobile has permanently suspended 453,051 accounts and 19,295 devices for cheating in week 24. The most common reason for suspension was cheating, followed by toxic behavior and teaming. PUBG Mobile uses a variety of methods to detect and ban cheaters, including manual reviews, machine learning, and data analysis.
PUBG Mobile recently released a BanPan Report for week 24, which shows that they permanently suspended 453,051 accounts and 19,295 devices for cheating. This is a significant increase from the previous week when they only suspended 273,659 accounts and 11,065 devices.
The most common reason for suspension was cheating, which includes using unauthorized third-party programs, hacking, and exploiting bugs. Other reasons for suspension include toxic behavior, such as racism, sexism, hate speech, and teaming, which is when two or more players team up in a solo or duo match.