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PUBG bans players found hacking for 10 years

DUBAI: An online multiplayer battlefield game PUBG has announced a 10-year ban for players found hacking.
PUBG Mobile has revealed a list of over 3,500 players that are banned from using hacks and cheats in the game.
According to a report, the administration of PUBG has taken the drastic step in dealing with the increasing incidents of chatting and fraud during gaming.
The administration of PUBG stated that any player found to violate the rules of the game will be given a ten-year ban.
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The company has clarified that the ban would also apply if the player is found to be hacked with the help of an unauthorized third-party application.
The PUBG administration has instructed gamers to file a report immediately, noting their IDs, if they suspect chatting with other teams during the game.
PUBG is looking at this issue on a monthly basis to make the game cheat-free and transparent and gamers can play in an equal environment.
The PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds also known as PUBG is a video game in which up to one hundred players fight in a battlefield to remain the last alive.
Players can choose to enter the match solo, duo, or with a small team of up to four people.
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