ViKendi Map : 10 Things Can Get You Ban From PUBG Mobile
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds or PUBG has become such a phenomenon that wherever you go, you will always have a squad ready to score a Chicken Dinner. However, in the last month, PUBG Corp has banned about 30,000 accounts from playing the PUBG Mobie game in Vikendi map . This began when the 0.10.0 update that included the Vikendi map was rolled out. And what’s more surprising is that out of these 30,000, quite a few are pro players. The players were reportedly banned on the grounds of cheating.
According to reports, PUBG Corp’s new security features and algorithms are to thank for this massive crackdown. The systems detected that a lot of players were using methods such as Radar Hacking, which lets users obtain server information and collect data to another device using Virtual Private Network (VPN). This enabled that user to see the positions of all players on a secondary device, which makes it a cakewalk for them to win. Surprisingly, PUBG Corp found that the players using this method mostly comprised of participants of e-sport tournaments held in Europe and North America.
This could happen to anybody if you’re playing unethically. But in case you want to be extra careful or even just expand your horizons towards what could get you banned from getting anymore chicken dinners, continue reading.
1. Using VPN or any third-party servers
If you are somebody who has been using any kind of servers or VPN to change your default country and boost your rank or Royale points, best believe, you will join the list of the 30,000 players before you. And this rule will apply to both beginners as well as those dominating the ranking boards.
2. Using unauthorized hardware
When you’re a regular PUBG player, especially if you play on your phone, buying cheap accessories to elevate your game may seem enticing. But be vary of these accessories, because if they aren’t authorized by PUBG Corp, not only can they ban you, but also take legal action against you.
3. Not reporting bugs or glitches
Sometimes you will encounter glitches in the form of not being able to enter games, or not dying despite being shot, or being able to run faster. If you take advantage of these glitches, or you counter an opponent doing the same and not report him, then you have a high chance of being banned.
4. Tampering with the game data or server
If you change the file format of the game, you are in violation of the copyright laws. Similarly, if you mess around with changing packet data and or servers to interfere with the game, then you will be in trouble.
5. Being offensive or using offensive nicknames
If you offend other players on the basis of race, country, gender or caste, you will be under scrutiny. Similarly, if your username or nickname has any offensive words, or includes sexually explicit content or can hurt the sentiments of other players, the company is capable of taking action against you. This also remains true if your nickname includes any words that infringe the trademark or copyright of the game.
6. Killing team members
PUBG is a game in which you kill opponents and if you are the last one standing, then you win the elusive chicken dinner. However, if you are playing with a squad and open fire on a team member repeatedly and intentionally, you will be banned.
7. Stalking other players, hacking accounts or sharing their information
In a game, following the tracks of one player continuously and repeatedly to interfere with the standard gameplay, is considered illegal. Similarly, if you hack into another player’s account without their consent or authorization, you stand a 100% chance from being banned from the game. On the other hand, sharing or putting out personal information of another player on any third-party agencies is considered a violation.
8. Leaving the game as soon as you join
This feature came along with the 0.10.0 update and is the one you need to be vary of. If you enter a game and exit either when you’re in the lobby or immediately when you land repeatedly, PUBG will block you from getting matched for a few hours.
9. Earning unauthorized profits
PUBG Corp doesn’t allow players to earn revenue from the game. But if you do want to make a few bucks out of it, you need to first get the approval from the company. In addition, if you are tampering with game results and rankings and manipulating them in exchange of goods, services or money, then you will be banned along with losing all the items that you have acquired.
10. Spreading false rumours about the game
If you attempt to misguide or confuse any players of the game, with false rumours about new features that haven’t been officially announced by the company, it can also lead to you getting banned from playing PUBG