Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) has banned 142,000 players within a week as part of its current drive to curb illegal activities that could result in game hacking. Crampton, the game’s publisher, shared the development on the game’s official website, and said it was investigating the cases and permanently banned the accounts from December 6 to December 12 this year. The developer has also published a list with the names of the banned accounts. Battle Royale game that can be played for free will soon stop data transfer from PUBG mobile.
Crafton announced in a post on its website on Wednesday, December 15 that 142,766 accounts have been blocked at Battlegrounds Mobile India for using illegal programs from December 6 to December 12. These accounts are permanently blocked. Game after a short time. The company says it is trying to implement strong barriers with the ultimate goal of eliminating the use of illegal programs, in order to provide a pleasant gaming environment for players.
Last month, BGMI announced it would ban more than 157,000 accounts between November 17 and November 23. Krafton sends notices to players if it detects any illegal activity, such as downloading a game from unofficial channels or installing an illegal add-on. The company usually allows players to make repairs to remove unwanted data before enforcing the ban.
Recently, Battlegrounds Mobile India announced that it will discontinue data transfer from PUBG Mobile to Battlegrounds Mobile India. Crafton spoke about the data transfer policy for players who directed the Livik map on PUBG Mobile. Players have until December 31 to import their PUBG mobile data. Since its launch, PGMI has allowed users to transfer their data from PUBG Mobile via Facebook and Twitter, with players using the same social media accounts as PUBG Mobile. Battlegrounds Mobile India has disabled logins with Facebook accounts since November 5th.
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