Krafton bans over 3 lakh accounts in Battlegrounds Mobile India, Here’s why

As per the first anti-cheating report posted on Krafton’s website, the company has banned around 3,36,736 accounts. The players associated with these accounts were caught red-handed while cheating on Battlegrounds Mobile India between the slots of July 30 and August 5.

Overriding the new PUBG avatar, Battlegrounds Mobile India, is all set to cover a whopping 50 million download mark, catering to which the Krafton company has launched a system to boot out cheats from the game. The company has unveiled its first anti-cheating report against Battlegrounds Mobile India, comprising the number of players banned by the company. Battlegrounds Mobile is now holding the second position on the Play Store’s top-grossing games list, a place behind the most popular battle royale game Garena Free Fire.

As per the first anti-cheating report posted on Krafton’s website, the company has banned around 3,36,736 accounts. The players associated with these accounts were caught red-handed while cheating on Battlegrounds Mobile India between the slots of July 30 and August 5. The company assured that it had accumulated and investigated cases via., its security system and community monitoring network, before permanently banning the suspected accounts.

The company stated that aims to execute “strong sanctions” in the game to strike off the “illegal programs” being operated on the game. “Permanent banning is conducted every day, and we would like to inform you about the number of banned accounts through this notice,” the company averred on the website.

One of the significant fear factors amongst the online gaming platforms is that some players may intrude on the policy guidelines by using additional software to win over the others.  In February the eminent Call of Duty, Warzone had banned about 60,000 reported cheaters in one day. Many battle royale games like Battlegrounds Mobile India and Call of Duty Mobile usually witness several gamers who tries to hack the set-up to achieve higher scores and destroy the ratings of other genuine players in the game.

Source Tech Hindustan Times
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