April 10, 2022
PMCO Spring Split 2022 will use anti-cheating tool to stop hackers
PUBG Mobile is known to have a lot of hackers, so Tencent publishes a weekly report on the Ban Pan event. A recent report with data for March 25-31 revealed that 491,762 accounts were permanently banned for PUBG Mobile play. The GameAC tool will strive to ensure that no future e-sports events are affected. It should also be noted that the Anti-cheating GameAC Tool has the ability to detect intrusion and protect players from hackers.
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