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In just six days, Tencent has banned over 1.2 million hackers from the PUBG Mobile game.

Millions of hackers who hacked into the PUBG Mobile game’s system were barred from playing within a week, according to Tencent. Around 48% of all prohibited accounts were deactivated as a result of changes to their character model and the employment of aimaimbot to adjust target detection levels automatically.

Hackers employ an X-Ray vision system in 22% of cases. The damage area was reduced from 12 percent to 7% as a result of the speed hack. The report also includes a list of hackers who have been banned. Bronze has 38 percent, Silver has 11 percent, Gold has 9 percent, Platinum has 11 percent, Diamond has 12 percent, Crown has 10 percent, Ace has 6 percent, and Conqueror has 3 percent, according to Ranks.

PUBG Mobile is one of the most popular Battle Royale games in the world, with more players than NetEase’s mobile game Knives Out and other features. PUBG Mobile is thought to have 600 million users throughout the world. Fraud and cheating are also a problem.

Tencent released a new mode for PUBG Mobile last week, along with Patch 1.2, which included weapons and other new features. Runic Power is the name of the new mode, and it gives players some new abilities to employ for a chicken meal. With a $ 100 million investment, PUBG Mobile returned to India late last year.

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