PUBG Is Banning An Average Of 6000 Players A Day

PUBG Is Banning An Average Of 6000 Players A Day

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PUBG Is Banning An Average Of 6000 Players A Day

PUBG, or PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, is not immune to cheaters, hackers and bots. Almost all of the popular online games have some form of cheating going on. Take GTA V for example. Its Online mode is incredibly popular – even today – and it still suffers from aimbots and hackers that just ruins the fun for everyone.

If you’re playing PUBG, you’re probably wondering how come you’ve not experience as much grief. And it’s a valid question, considering the game is owned by approximately 16 million players right now. The answer is that there is a lot going on behind the scenes that you don’t know about. BattleEye, the anti-cheat entity responsible to sniffing out cheaters, is doing a damn good job with PUBG. On a daily basis, BattleEye reports banning an average of 6,000 players who cheat. In total, the service as shown the ban hammer to about 322,000 players. That’s a whooping amount for an online game!

So all things considered, I think us players have a lot to thank BattleEye for. Their hard work behind the scenes is making the game a pretty enjoyable and cheat free experience for us on a daily basis. In addition, there’s more good news. PUBG just crossed the 2 million concurrent players on Steam mark. Another milestone, and there’s bound to be more to come.

 

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