Crafton said in a post on its website on Wednesday that 142,766 accounts on Battlegrounds Mobile India were banned between December 6 and December 12. All these accounts were using illegal programs. They have been banned permanently. The company says that it will continue to take such steps to give a better gaming environment to the players.
Last month too, BGMI banned more than 157,000 accounts between November 17 and November 23. Crafton sends players a notice as soon as illegal activity is detected. especially in cases when
The game is downloaded from unofficial channels or an illegal auxiliary program is installed. Usually, before banning the players, the company gives them a chance to remove that unwanted data.
Recently, the company has also announced to stop data transfer from PUBG Mobile to BGMI. According to this, data transfers will be stopped after December 31 this year. Crafton has said that for players who used the PUBG Mobile Nordic Map: Livik (the old app) for smoother gameplay, Battlegrounds Mobile India will transfer some of the data for those users from the old app account to the new one. Players have until December 31 to import their PUBG Mobile data. Earlier, BGMI had also disabled login with Facebook account from November 5.
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