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PUBG Ban Hammer Hits an All Time High

PUBG Ban Hammer Hits an All Time High

With over one million concurrent players it is no surprise that PlayerUnkown’s BattleGrounds needs to automate its banning system. BattlEye watches over the 100 player battle royale matches and has banned over 322,000 cheaters since the titles launch.

BattlEye the anti-cheat software company tweeted that they are “banning at a rate of 6k - 13k per day”, this is a huge number and shows just how rampant cheating can be in a popular title such as PUBG. To put this into perspective, PUBG banned over 25,000 cheaters during their first three months after launch, this means the number has increased sixfold since the 23rd March 2017.


With the announcement of PUBG Corp, a division formed to be 100% dedicated to PUBG’s development, it will be interesting to see how the game continues to develop and how they will keep the cheaters out of this popular title.

PlayerUnkown’s BattleGrounds is available now on Steam Early Access and will be launching on Xbox One as part of their Xbox Game Preview program late 2017.

Kayla Hill

Kayla Hill

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Platinum - 03:03pm, 18th October 2017

Good stuff, ruins it for everyone else, seen so many cheaters in PUBG

LittleBigBoots - 03:40pm, 18th October 2017 Author

I have never understood the need to cheat in games like PUBG. The whole point is the challenge and being able to overcome so many other players for that sweet sweet chicken dinner.