More than 320,000 PUBG players banned by BattlEye already

Up to 13,000 bans a day.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has already had 322,000 players banned from the game for cheating. BattlEye, the anti-cheat protection keeping PUBG safe from cheaters, reports that in the last 24 hours 20,000 players have been banned from the game.

In tweets reporting on their activity for the extremely popular early access title, BattlEye revealed that between 6,000 and 13,000 players are banned a day for cheating in the game.

The main culprit for this number appears to be China, which BattlEye claims is the “vast majority” of the accounts. Growth in China for the game has been huge since its arrival over the Great Firewall.

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