PUBG: Mobile is one of the most played games in the world. With the increasing usage of smartphones, PUBG: Mobile reached millions of users all over the world. This has pros and cons. The most common disadvantage is the formation of an incredible amount of hackers, but PUBG has a way to deal with them. According to the latest statement, the game has banned over 1.2 million accounts, as seen below.
Just like the earlier announcements, most of the hackers are in Bronze tier. Similar distributions were seen in the old announcements. Still, some Conqueror players use hacks too, which is actually insane. If they get to that level by hacking, it is a big problem, since it is not easy to reach Conqueror. On the other hand, getting there with talent and then cheating is pretty hilarious and also pathetic.
These announcements are great for the community. Knowing the company actually fights against these players is some kind of a morale boost. To be honest, it is almost impossible to end them forever, but decreasing the number is a great effort.
1.2 million is a huge number, but considering the total player base, it is not that big of a deal. We are excited to see how many players will get banned next week.