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Krafton bans nearly 1 lakh accounts for fraud in a week

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Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) has recently been successful in monitoring a wide variety of user accounts that have been reported to be operating illegally in the game, which have been further fined and banned in the wake of the former.

According to a latest report, the developers of the free game suspended almost one Lakh account within a week between December 13th and 19th.

Additionally, the list of these convicted accounts has also been released by the Krafton team and is currently under criminal law due to be issued shortly. This follows the previous wave of bans that blacklisted over 142,000 BGMI accounts between December 6th and 12th.

On Monday. BGMI on his website released a statement to the community stating that around 99,583 accounts were permanently banned from December 13th to December 19th, followed by a list of the same posted by Krafton.

You can click Here you can download the PDF files that contain the list of 99,583 accounts that were suspended from December 13th to 19th.

That being said, BGMI blocked over 142,766 accounts between December 6th and 12th. Similarly, over 157,000 accounts were convicted at the Krafton-based company on November 17-23. Krafton usually gives the player an ultimatum to fix all kinds of internal errors that conflict with the game files and can also lead to a ban if any malicious files interfere with the anticheat.

After PUBG revived as Battlegrounds Mobile India, the game won’t accept data transfers from its previous iteration as players have an active window of time for it until December 31st.

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