PUBG creators Bluehole have announced that over thirteen million players have been banned since the game’s release.
[shunno-quote align=”right”]Unlike many of its AAA counterparts, PUBG’s large ban numbers make sure that everyone is fighting fairly. [/shunno-quote]
The high number of players have been removed from the playerbase on suspicion of cheating, resulting in an instant ban. While there has been a considerable drop in bans-per-week, PUBG’s new anti-cheat detection still sees a large number of bans on a weekly basis.
Redditor “sjk045” has compiled every strike of the banhammer into a simple graph. The data shows that week 42 of the game’s lifespan saw a large spike in removals equalling a million players.
Nevertheless, the devs have created a safe place for players. Unlike many of its AAA counterparts, PUBG’s large ban numbers make sure that everyone is fighting fairly.
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