The mobile version of the popular battle royale game PUBG has always been into the limelight for players using cheat codes or hacking the game to get an added advantage into the game.

The PUBG Mobile operations team has now posted on the official website about a new fair play and ban notice for the players in which they have banned a total of 85 players for 10 years.

The blog post states “We have always strived to deliver a gaming environment that is fair and enjoyable for each player. It has come to our attention that some players have been cheating in PUBG Mobile matches.”

As per the post, the developers have banned the players for 10 years who have been found guilty of cheating either for using any third-party apps or services like radar hack, etc.

The post also asked players to use the in-game reporting system to notice any suspicious activity or using any unauthorized 3rd party apps to gain the upper hand during the gameplay.

For those unaware, last year, PUBG Corp has banned 30,000 players found using Radar hack cheat codes with the help of a new anti-cheat measure via Battleye software. The Radar hacking helps the players to get detailed information on other players such as positions and locations of the other players in the game redirected via a third-party VPN.

In another news, the season 7 of the PUBG Mobile has already arrived along with the Royale Pass. The new pass brings new Military themed cosmetics, items and outfits which includes Assault squads outfit and Urban Scavenger outfit to the game. With the latest update, teaming up with friends who also purchase Royale Pass in weekly missions can get your extra points.