Than in the mobile version of PUBG there are a lot of people cheating is something that we can calmly say after having taken a look at the data. According to what we have been able to verify in VidaExtra, those responsible for PUBG Mobile They have banned more than 31 million accounts in four months, specifically 31,396,473 accounts since last August 20, 2020, thanks to Ban Pan, the game’s anti-cheat system.
These bans are final, are accounts that are permanently suspended, and if we take a look at the figures we can see that they will an average of almost two million accounts banned per week. In the week of October 2 to 8 there was the highest number of bans, with a total of 3,769,503 suspended accounts, and in the latest report published on December 20 it is confirmed that from December 11 to 17 they have been banned 2,127,454 accounts:
From December 11th-17th, 2,127,454 accounts have been permanently suspended from accessing our game, out of which these are the majority of the reasons:
⬜ X-Ray Vision
⬜ Auto Aim Hacks
⬜ Modification of Character Models pic.twitter.com/AdA8iItjqJ
– PUBG MOBILE (@PUBGMOBILE) December 20, 2020
In addition to this figure, the tweet offers other interesting data, such as the rank of the banned accounts and what are the most used tricks for these accounts. In this particular case, the three most used are X-ray vision, auto-pointing systems and modifying the character model.
Regarding the range of banned accounts, what is expected: most are Bronze rank. The ranks in PUBG Mobile, from lowest to highest, go like this: Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, Diamond, Ace, and Conqueror. It is curious to see that, after the Bronze, the most banned are at Diamond or Platinum levels.
As for the cheats, X-ray vision and auto-aiming hacks are a constant in every report and usually the most used, followed by the chetos to gain speed. There are other tricks that also tend to always appear with greater or lesser use, depending on the week, such as modifying the character model or the damage area.
Through this link You can access a search on Twitter with all the reports it has published PUBG Corporation from last August 29, 2020 to the most recent one on December 20, all of them with the number of banned accounts, the percentages by rank and the most used tricks.