BattleEye, the anti-cheat service used in the game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, has announced on Twitter that more than one million bans have been handed out in the past month.
The anti-cheat service says 1,044,000 bans have been issued and the use of cheats in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds continues. escalates further. At the end of last year, the developer announced that since March 1.5 million bans are handed out for the game. This brings the total number of bans to more than 2.5 million.
By far the largest part of the more than one million bans of January was probably handed out in China. Most of the game’s players are Chinese; according to Steamspy, there are about ten million active players in China, more than any other player worldwide.
Internet company Tencent, which will soon be releasing PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds in China, helped Chinese police find makers of cheats for the game a few weeks ago. At that time, 120 arrests were made.
Recently, PUBG Corporation announced that a new anti-cheat system will be introduced in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. The developer has not disclosed further details about the new system, which is still under development and has since been added to test servers to test the system’s stability and compatibility.