Krafton, the company behind Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), has permanently banned 99,583 accounts in less than a week. Between December 13 and December 19, Krafton suspended almost a million accounts for participating in unlawful programmes and activities. In barely over a month, the South Korean video gaming behemoth has banned 25 lakh accounts to combat cheating on Battlegrounds Mobile India, often known as BGMI.
It has published the names of people who have been barred on its website.
The gaming firm has stated that it has taken action against cheats. Between October 1 and November 10, Krafton has permanently banned 25,19,692 accounts and temporarily banned 7,06,319 accounts since the prior notification.
"Krafton is always working hard to eliminate cheating and cheaters on BGMI. According to the BGMI creator, "Krafton has already cleared out the majority of the cheats in the game, making BGMI a lot more enjoyable experience, and will continue to take whatever steps are required to maintain BGMI fair and interesting."
Cheaters have no place in BGMI, and we've taken drastic efforts to eliminate cheaters from the game in order to offer a fair playing environment for our gamers. Yes, we are aware that many players encountered cheaters even after our last notice on September 30th, according to the statement.
The game's creator says that they have removed the majority of cheaters, making BGMI a lot more enjoyable experience, and that they would continue to take whatever steps are required to maintain BGMI fair and enjoyable.