The developers of the game PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS took measures to ban about 113 thousand accounts (as well as 34 thousand devices) from July 24 to July 30, 2023. Of this number, approximately 106 thousand accounts were blocked due to the use of cheats.
In addition, about 6.4 thousand people were blocked for killing their allies, while 563 users were blocked for colluding with opponents. Another 65 players received bans due to other violations. Most of all bans were issued by an automatic anti-cheat system, but more than three thousand bans were imposed manually by developers.
More than a hundred thousand cheaters were banned in a week
Over the past week, from December 18 to 24, it was decided to block more than 102 thousand accounts in the game. More details about the distribution of blocking: 93 thousand accounts were blocked due to detected cheats, 7.3 thousand accounts were banned for killing their allies, and 1,703 users were blocked due to collusion with opponents.
- 93 thousand were banned for cheating.
- 7.3 thousand bans for killing allies.
- 1,703 users were banned for colluding with rivals.
Much earlier, the developers published a trailer for the Rondo map, which was remade using a neural network for the game PUBG: Battlegrounds.
According to Steam Charts, average online traffic for PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS in July decreased slightly by half a percentage point compared to the previous month of June 2023. Thus, the average monthly audience of PUBG remains stable and amounts to more than 160 thousand people.