- Jan 31, 2015
Last month, a team at PUBG “conducted a global investigation on all the currently active professional PUBG players” to see if any of them were using a cheat that had until recently been very hard to detect. Turns out loads of them were, and they’ve now received lengthy bans from the game.
I always liked those excuses to why I am not cheating.
1 - I am a pro player
2 - I stream on twitch
I still say most anti cheat engines do a good job of catching players cheating. That is what they do.
Unfortunately, I think the companies that own the games are doing a poor job of banning the players that do get caught.
An anti-cheat system is only as good as the penalties that goes with it. A penalty needs to be severe enough to not make these players want to do it again.
A 3 day or a 1 week temp ban does nothing but prove they can continue to cheat.
Glad these guys are getting hit with a 3 year temp ban. 13 pro players in all were caught.