PUBG Corp. has published a new PUBG Mobile Fair Play and Ban Notice, that reveals a partial list of players who are banned for cheating. Cheaters in PUBG Mobile use hacks and third-party software that can apparently allow them to automatically aim for headshots and see enemies through walls. PUBG Mobile has also tweeted about this issue saying, “We continue to ban cheaters in PUBG MOBILE as part of our commitment to fair gameplay. Visit our website for a partial list of players banned between September 17 and 23, and please keep reporting cheaters!”
PUBG Corp. claims that it is trying to deliver a fair and enjoyable gaming experience for every player and prevent cheating. The accounts that indulge in cheating will be banned for 10 years from the game. Also, PUBG Corp. encourages players to report the other players who might be using third-party apps or cheating with any other means. After receiving such reports, the developers investigate the issue and inform players about what they have found. During the investigation, developers go through all the games the reported player has been a part of and check how they attained all of their kills. Also, the developers use anti-cheating software to check whether the reported players have used any unauthorized third-party apps or cheating software.
The partial list published by developers contains numerous accounts that are banned from PUBG Mobile for ten years. Along with this list, the developers have said, “We will continue to enforce stringent discipline against cheaters and publish the IDs of confirmed cheaters.”