Anti-Cheating Report: PUBG Mobile banned more than 2 million accounts

PUBG Mobile has banned a total of 2,127,454 accounts due to an anti-cheating report from 11th December 2020 to 17th December 2020. These accounts are suspended permanently.

The developers of the game have created a special feature in the game called Video Review Station and by using this feature players have the power to decide whether the gamer is hacking or not. After getting maximum responses with Yes then the game official will review the video and after the review, the officials will take the step whether the account should be banned or not.

If a player wants to protect the account from the hacker then he/she should not share the account details with others and keep changing the password of their account after 3 or 6 months. Players are also advised not to use the same password for every account and should use a different password for every account.

Here is the break-up of the Banned Accounts from 11th Dec-17th Dec 2020

2 % of Conqueror Accounts 
8% of Ace Accounts 
15% of Crown Accounts 
17% of Diamond Accounts 
15% of Platinum Accounts 
12% of Gold Accounts 
9% of Silver-tier Accounts 
22% of Bronze tier Accounts