Battlegrounds Mobile India Publisher Krafton Bans Nearly 50,000 Accounts for Cheating in One Week

Deepak Gupta
Deepak Gupta January 19, 2022
Updated 2022/01/19 at 6:58 AM

Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) developer Krafton banned nearly 50,000 accounts in the week ending January 16. The South Korean studio continues its combing measures to catch and ban players who cheat in the battle royale game. It also published a list with the names of banned accounts. In its previous combing exercise, Krafton had banned over 70,000 accounts. Meanwhile, the developer has also announced that it will fix an issue where the Premium Crate name is incorrectly applied in the Crate Shop.

Krafton announced through a publish that 48,543 BGMI accounts were banned for using illegal activities in the week of January 10-16. published the cheaters list. Krafton bans players if they download BGMI from an unofficial channel or have illegal auxiliary programs on their device.

The ban is part of strict measures taken by Krafton against illegal activities that he says are affecting the gaming environment. More than 70,000 BGMI player accounts were banned in a week starting January 3 and ending January 9.

Meanwhile, Krafton has issued a notice saying it has encountered an issue where the Premium Crate name is incorrectly applied in the Crate Shop. “The current Premium Crate for sale in the Crate Shop is ‘PMGC Premium Crate’, and we will amend the name accordingly,” Krafton said in the statement. to perceive. BGMI developer also notes that Premium Crate Coupon is not usable for PMGC Premium Crate which is currently on sale, and non-PMGC Premium Crate will be released separately.


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