PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds or PUBG has become one of the most popular online multiplayer game ever and while the battle royale game boasts around 30 million daily users, professional PUBG players have been participating in PUBG tournaments for months now. Along with the popularity, PUBG is also witnessing a surge in the number of hacks bring used on the platform, the biggest of them being the PUBG radar hack.
In December 2018, Tencent Games and PUBG Corp. started a crackdown on all professional PUBG players using the radar hack, which essentially makes them capable to locate all the other players on the map. A total of 30,000 players along with fur professional players were banned in December for using the PUBG radar hack which followed by PUBG Esports announcing the name of professional players as well as teams which were caught cheating during the PUBG European League (PEL).
Recently, a total of 30,000 players along with fur professional players were banned in December for using the PUBG radar hack. PUBG has slammed four professional players with three-year bans from the game’s North American esports league, the National PUBG League NPL after they were caught cheating. The teams of those four players — namely Reapers, Totality, Death Row, and Almost — have also been disqualified from the NPL, now a further 12 more players have since been added to this list.
As per a new development, the PUBG radar hack is still being used by many and PUBG Corp. has identified that the above mentioned 12 professional players were caught using the PUBG radar hack during the PUBG European League (PEL).
Out of a total twelve more rulings, six were similarly caught cheating during a professional game, resulting in a three-year ban for “Papaya”, “Cabecao”, “swalker”, “zuppaa”, “Houlow” and “sezk0.” A further four were caught using unauthorised software during public games, but supposedly clear during competitive matches, seeing a smaller two-year suspension for “Avalon”, “Smitty”, “TEXQS”, and “S1D”