Ever since PUBG games was introduced, the PUBG Corp has been employing different methods to fight hackers and cheaters. As the game became a huge hit within two year, the company took some serious steps and banned more than 13 million cheaters which also includes pro players. Now, PUBG's anti-cheat team is now taking the fight to a different level against the cheaters by employing several improvements to the current solutions. PUBG Ban: Developers Respond to Criticism, Promise to Deliver 'Best Possible Gaming Experience'
The anti-cheat team from PUBG has confirmed that they have used various anti-cheat protections such as Uncheater and BattlEye for detecting cheating attempts. In addition to this, the company has also confirmed that the developers is using machine learning technique that tracks and analyses players' usage patterns as well as actions interrupting normal game play.
The company has officially confirmed that a huge 3TB of game logs are analysed by the team each day along with over 10 million reports. The company is also monitoring the places that enable players for cheating.
On the other hand, PUBG has been a subject of controversy in spite of its immense popularity in the country. We have seen several cases in the past claiming that the students are so addicted to the game and are neglecting the studies which further resulted in request to ban the game in India. Games Like PUBG: Seven Best Battle Royale Game Alternatives That You Shouldn't Miss.
However, the company later issued a statement post criticism stating, "We appreciate the support and trust given to us by our PUBG MOBILE players. While we strive to deliver the best possible gaming experience to our fans, we also believe that it is extremely important for us to be a responsible member of the gaming ecosystem. To this end, we constantly work and shall continue to work with different stakeholders, including parents, educators and government bodies, and listening to their feedback on what we can do to enhance the overall PUBG MOBILE experience."