PUBG Mobile bans 2,376,017 accounts from 18th to 24th September for hacking

PUBG Mobile developers have released the latest report regarding the accounts that have been banned, from 18th September to 24th September, for hacking the game. As per the report released by PUBG Mobile, the developers detected 2,376,017 accounts involved in activities like cheating and griefing, which are against the terms and conditions of the game.

As a result, a permanent ban has been issued to all of the two million-plus accounts. They have also been suspended from accessing the in-game servers.

The official statement of PUBG Mobile reads:

“From 18th September to 24th September, 2,376,017 cheaters were permanently suspended from accessing our game.”


PUBG Mobile ban report from 18th to 24th September

Accounts banned break-up (Image Credits: PUBG Mobile)
Accounts banned break-up (Image Credits: PUBG Mobile)

Delivering fair gameplay to legitimate players has always been the top priority for PUBG Mobile, and the two million-plus accounts mentioned above were suspended due to the following reasons:

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