Battlegrounds Mobile India Bans Nearly 1 Lakh Accounts for Cheating in a Week BGMI (Battlegrounds Mobile India) continues to take stringent steps against unlawful programs and activities that harm the gaming environment. In the most recent development, the game’s publisher, Krafton, has deleted roughly one lakh accounts in just a week. Between December 13 and December 19, the free-to-play battle royale game permanently banned the accounts. The list of banned accounts has also been made public by the developer. Between December 6 and December 12, BGMI removed approximately 142,000 players from the platform.
On Monday, Krafton said on its website that 99,583 Battlegrounds Mobile India accounts had been banned for utilizing unlawful applications in a six-day period. As part of its ongoing effort to prevent unlawful applications that result in game hacking, these accounts have been permanently banned. The list of banned accounts has also been made public by the developer. After a brief amount of time, the banned accounts will be unable to return to the game. The corporation claims that it will work hard to impose harsh penalties with the ultimate goal of eliminating the usage of illegal applications and providing a pleasant gaming environment for gamers.
If a player has the game downloaded from an unauthorized source or has unlawful auxiliary programs operating on their device, Krafton will usually ban them.
Between December 6 and December 12, BGMI reported the suspension of 142,766 accounts. BGMI has similarly blocked approximately 157,000 accounts between November 17 and November 23. If Krafton identifies any illegal behavior, it notifies participants. Before enforcing a suspension, the corporation normally permits gamers to undertake repairs to remove any undesirable data.
Data transfers from PUBG Mobile will be disabled soon in India, according to Battlegrounds Mobile. The firm recently declared that data transfers from PUBG Mobile to Battlegrounds Mobile India would be discontinued. Players can import their PUBG Mobile data until December 31.