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PUBG Mobile

How to Become PUBG Mobile Video Review Investigator

This guide will help you fill out the application to become a video review investigator in PUBG Mobile. We have already discussed about the changes brought in New Era, but most importantly, the anti-cheat system also got an upgrade. And to ban hackers from ruining the gameplay experience, PUBG Mobile team is looking towards its community of players. Just recently the team announced that they have banned over 2 million accounts in the last week alone.

As part of this new anti-cheat system, PUBG Mobile now has a video review program where you apply to become an investigator so you can report hackers and players those who cheat in games. This game was getting a lot of bad press because of such players who clearly had an unfair advantage over others, but this new system would definitely improve things overall.

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Call of Duty: Mobile

How to Not Get Banned in COD Mobile

I don’t think anyone wants to get banned in COD Mobile on purpose, really. But there are a few who like to take risks with cheats and sooner or later get banned eventually. Like most other battle royale games, Call of Duty: Mobile also has an anti-cheat system in place that catches players with hacks on and bans them from playing the game.

There have been several reports of hackers spoiling the game for genuine players by using aimbots, speed hacks etc. In fact, if you Google up about this, you will find countless players complaining to Activision to tighten their anti-cheat system ban cheaters for life. COD Mobile has millions of users and out of those, a big chunk use unfair means to win matches and rank better.

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PUBG Mobile

PUBG Mobile Bans Over 2 Million Accounts This Week

PUBG Mobile has banned over 2 million accounts that were using some kind of hacks, cheats or mods with their updated anti-cheat system. These new updates were first announced with the launch of PUBG Mobile 1.0 (New Era) and it seems the team was not kidding around about the new anti-cheat system. PUBG Mobile is no doubt one of the first and biggest names in Battle Royale games and with such popularity, you always find players using different shortcuts to rank better.

From 4th to 10th September, 2,245,936 accounts (to be precise!) have been permanently suspended from accessing the game, which means a straight 10 years ban! And this huge numbers comes in after PUBG Mobile officially launched a video investigation mode and allowed players to send them proof about someone cheating the system.