The new PUBG Ban Pan anti-cheat study, which shows that 1,692, 949 accounts were permanently blocked between March 28, 2021, and April 1, 2021, was shared in a tweet by PUBG Mobile. In the last few days, PUBG Mobile has indefinitely suspended over 1.6 million players for hacking. The new PUBG Ban Pan anti-cheat study, which shows that 1,692, 949 accounts were permanently blocked between March 28, 2021, and April 1, 2021, was shared in a tweet by PUBG Mobile.
“The #BanPan hits once more! We permanently blocked 1,691,949 users from playing our game from March 28th to April 1st,” PUBG Mobile said in a statement. It also disclosed details on the percentage of blocked accounts in each subclass, as well as the offenses for which they were barred.
For example, auto-aim hacks and x-ray vision were barred from a maximum of 34% of accounts. Aside from that, 13% of accounts were suspended for pace hacking, while 10% were banned for other reasons. Furthermore, 6% and 4% of accounts were banned for modifying area damage and 4% for modifying character model, respectively.
Just 1% of the accounts were of the top Conqueror rank, while 8% of the accounts were banned from the game’s second-highest tier, the Ace tier, respectively. Furthermore, PUBG Mobile banned 11% of Crown tier accounts and 13% of Diamond tier accounts, respectively.
In the lower tier, 11% of Platinum tier accounts and 9% of Gold tier accounts were banned, respectively. PUBG Mobile has banned 11% and 35% of players from the Silver and Bronze levels, respectively.
PUBG Mobile, along with many other Chinese games, was blocked in September of last year. Even though PUBG Mobile maker Krafton is working hard to re-launch the game in India, bear in mind that nothing has been officially announced by the government.
The battle royale game is one of the most successful in the world, with over 6 billion downloads on Google Play and App Stores worldwide. Unfortunately, there is no timetable for the re-launch of PUBG Mobile in the world.