PUBG keeps getting cheaters and also keeps getting rid of them, with a massive number of them being banned, along with other offenders.
The result is that 79,683 accounts were banned for various offences but the vast majority is for cheating. After all, it is a free-to-play game and some dummies will rather pay for cheats than to support a title that they presumably love.
In any case, 70,637 accounts were banned for cheating over that time period in an effort to keep the matches as clean as possible.
You can find a full list of permanently banned accounts on Krafton's website so if you had a suspicious encounter recently, you can search for their name there.
The second place when it comes to the number of bans belongs to team killing. A total of 6,357 accounts were banned for griefing teammates in such a way but it is safe to assume not all of them are permanent bans, if any are at all.
On the other side of the spectrum, there is "teaming", an action where teams collude with each other to eliminate others first instead of competing properly. As a result of teaming, 2,262 accounts were banned.
Abusing is the smallest offence of the week, at least when it comes to the number of offenders, as only 427 accounts were banned for this reason.
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