Battlegrounds Mobile India banned 1.90 million hackers last month

05. 09. 2021 Sunday / By: Robert Denes / Generic / Exact time: BST / Print this page

K rafton has released a new report showing more than 195,423 BGMI accounts have been banned, restrictions set last week when it was revealed that users of Battlegrounds Mobile India had hacked the game. Of course, this does not mean that 1.90 million hackers have attacked Battlegrounds Mobile India game, but so many user accounts were hacked and used for server attacks.

There have been numerous reports that "hackers" have broken into lobbies and killed people illegally. This demotivates players and encourages them to use prohibited in-game programs to improve their performance. In a short time, Battlegrounds Mobile India has amassed a lot of attractions. Beta testers are already available in India. The early access version has already attracted more than 5 million users. Once released, all players can download the PUBG Mobile alternative from the Google Play Store. Now that it has a large number of active players, the issue of hackers and scams has naturally arisen on the platform.

Krafton wrote said: “Dear Battlegrounds Mobile India fans, between August 20th and 26th, using our security system and community monitoring, we collected and investigated incidents and permanently banned 195,423 accounts. [Permanently disabled accounts] - 195,423 accounts from August 20 (Friday) to August 26 (Thursday) * Every day, we carry out permanent bans and would like to inform you of the number of banned accounts using this notice.”

In order to have a pleasant gambling environment, BGMI tries to enforce strict sanctions with the ultimate goal of eliminating the use of illegal applications. Any player can contact the developer via email, customer service, or the in-game channel to report a problem.

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