Battleground Mobile India (BGMI) and PUBG developer Krafton are announcing new measures to crack down on fraudsters in the game.
The fuss that cheaters create during a match in Battleground Mobile India is not only upsetting, but it also goes against a fair game. Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds owner Krafton has periodically listed efforts to crack down on illegal accounts that spoil the game for real players. But that is not enough. Some tough players slip up and now Krafton is planning to go after them with a set of additional measures that look promising.
Krafton has shared a new post on its blog, outlining these measures which are basically an extension of what the company already has. So far, it has banned 1.52 million accounts engaged in unfair game practices. But the new measures will take Krafton’s security system to the next level.
If anyone is using cheats and management to rank in the leaderboard, he/she will be banned. In addition, any top-ranked player promoting cheats or cheat-assisted rank push will be banned. It will also ban anyone who has cheated in the past and is not cheating in the present. The developer will hand them a permanent ban.
The developer will also crack down on the advertising of cheaters and cheat programs. Finally, PUBG and BGMI makers will “improve the ban logic” of the game and “closely analyze users who use illegal programs.” Krafton is also encouraging other players to report people they suspect are cheating in the game. They say that each report is important and helps them keep the game clean.