Earlier in October, Krafton banned 88,000 accounts within a week. About 140,000 accounts were banned in September.
Krafton said that between October 1 and November 10, 25,19,692 accounts were permanently banned and 7,06,319 accounts were temporarily banned. The company said that it is making continuous efforts to weed out fraud and fraudsters from BGMI. Most of the cheats have been taken out of the game. With this, the experience of BGMI will be more fun for the users than before.
Will continue to take necessary steps to keep BGMI fair and fun. Krafton has implemented a mechanism to detect and ban fraud. This will enable the system to quickly identify fraudsters and players who use illegal means will be banned. Apart from this, a permanent ban is also being imposed on the fraudsters so that they cannot do it again.
Krafton said it has also started the process of manual verification and banning high-ranking users who use illegal methods. Such accounts are being monitored and permanently banned if found using illegal means.
YouTube channels promoting illegal methods are also being monitored and such channels are being blocked.
This is not the first time that South Korea’s Krafton has removed players from the game.
Another game from Krafton, PUBG: New State, is also being liked by gamers. In just one day of the launch of this game, it has been downloaded more than 1 million times worldwide. This game of Krafton seems to be successful with its launch.
Even before the release of PUBG: New State, more than 40 million pre-registrations were received for it on both Google Play Store and Apple App Store. Because of this, the game’s hit from the beginning is not surprising.