Crafton Banned Nearly 1 Lakh BGMI Accounts in One Week: Here’s Why

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Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) is one of the most popular mobile game in India, with millions of people playing the game daily. This leaves the game open to a lot of malevolent characters who try to cheat to win the game. In order to keep the game fair and fun for everyone, Crafton has a number of strict countermeasures for illegal programs and activities. The company also regularly bans the accounts of such agents.

a via crafton Post BGMI’s official website revealed that it has banned 99,583 accounts for using illegal programs between December 13 and December 19. All these accounts have been banned permanently. Banned accounts have also been listed. published by the company in PDF format. The company has not disclosed which hacks or cheats were used by any of these accounts.

To recall, Crafton banned over 1,42,000 players from the popular battle royale game between December 6 and December 12.

The company has said that it strives to enforce strong restrictions inside the game to promote fair play. Its ultimate goal is to eliminate the use of illegal programs to provide players with an enjoyable gaming environment.

Crafton has had a past of banning players if they download games from illegal channels or have illegal supporting programs running on the device. The company first sends players a notice before the ban is enforced and allows them to make repairs to remove any unwanted data.

The number of accounts banned by Crafton is decreasing. To put this in perspective, the company banned more than 1,57,000 accounts between November 17 and November 23, dropping that number to 1,42,000 players between December 6 and December 12. And now, between December 13, it has fallen further to 99,583 accounts. and 19 December.

In other news, BGMI will stop data transfer from PUBG Mobile on December 31st, so better if you are the one who hasn’t transferred data.

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