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PUBG player will not play again for 10 years because he stole!

A PUBG player has been blocked by game for the next 10 years, as he used a trick to steal during a live stream. The player complained strongly about SOCIAL MEDIA, where he stated that he was excluded for no reason. However, PUBG Corp. and Tencent Games released a video explaining the reasons that led to the blockade and how the PUBG team works day and night so that competition in the game is fair to everyone.

The PUBG mobile has exceeded all expectations and has become one of the most popular games of all time. Several PUBG players are known worldwide for their skills in this fighting game.

Many times, however, when people are involved in such a popular game, they often want to gain glory and this can lead them to unorthodox means such as stealing to win.

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One such player used a cunning trick to steal PUBG. However, what is more strange is that the player did not use any illegal tool to steal during games

As it turned out, while playing the game normally, somewhere in the middle it stopped and reconnected by a second smartphone. This device change made the game system believe there was a connection error. In the small gap created by this confusion, the player was able to kill all his enemies and then return to the other device.

The developers of the game, however, they searched for more and managed to identify the trick he used. This resulted in him being banned from playing for 10 years!

PUBG Ban Pan anti-fraud program

To combat incidents like this, Tencent Games and PUBG Corp. They created Project Ban Pan. The primary purpose of this project is to monitor the games carefully to determine whether or not a cheating method is used.

According to the company, 8000 accounts are excluded from the game every day.

From March 3 onwards, Project Ban Pan will also present the Replay Death feature in the game. This mode will allow players to watch the way they are killed from the opponent's point of view.

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