Over 322,000 PUBG Cheaters Have Been Banned, Concurrent Player Count Sets New Record

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A huge number of PUBG cheaters have been caught and banned by cheat detection. BattlEye is the game’s anti-cheat software, and it has banned over 322,000 cheaters thus far. 

BattlEye revealed this statistic on Twitter, also adding that the software is “currently banning at a rate of 6K-13 per day, nearly 20K within the last 24 hours alone.”

As stated above, the majority of cheaters are based in China.

Back in September, BattlEye explained why there are so many players trying to exploit the game, using any method to win: 

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Source: BattlEye (Twitter) via VG247