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The banhammer comes down once again in PUBG Mobile

Over 2,000 more bans have been issued, with the name of each account being shared for all the world to see.

PUBG Corp. doesn't mess around when it comes to cheaters, as they're fully committed to ensuring the long-term health of their game, which extends to the mobile game as well, developed alongside Tencent.

This is why it's not surprising to see the latest post on the PUBG Mobile site, revealing that a load more accounts have received a 10-year ban, also encouraging players to continue using the reporting system to notify them.

"We have always strived to deliver a gaming environment that is fair and enjoyable for each and every player and prevent cheating," the post reads.

"We will continue to enforce stringent discipline against cheaters and publish the IDs of confirmed cheaters."

This list includes over 2,000 players banned by the company for a variety of reasons, from "usage of in-game data modifier" to "usage of auto-aiming".

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