1,058,472 Garena Free Fire Accounts Have Been Banned For Fraud in Past Two Weeks
Garena Free Fire continues to enjoy success in 2021. Ranking consistently in the top 10 most downloaded mobile games (according to Sensor Tower), the game was again nominated for the Esports Mobile Game of the Year award in 2021.
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Additionally, this year World Series 2021 of Garena Free Fire also set a new world record for the highest peak viewership for a live esports event.
FFWS 2021 saw a peak viewership of 5.4 million live viewers, and the Hindi stream alone recorded a peak viewership of 1.9 million.
However, in order to gain an unfair advantage over others, some players use third-party scripts. Doing so not only affects player fair play but also compromises the competitive integrity of the game.
To combat fraudsters, the developers of Garena have implemented an updated anti-cheat mechanism for the game. Anti-Cheat not only bans fraudsters but also gives them an instant ban.
Free Fire has banned a total of 1,058,472 accounts for using various hacks in the past two weeks. About 55% of cheaters were banned after players reported it.
The Break-up of Restricted Garena Free Fire Accounts
Here is a detailed description of the percentage of hacking software used by fraudsters in the past two weeks:
- 68.6% of total cheaters were banned due to the use of auto-aim cheats. The auto-aiming feature uses third-party scripts to automatically target enemies’ heads.
- About 17% of users were banned after using a teleportation hack. Using this, players can move from one place to another instantly without covering any physical distance.
- A total of 12.3% of banned accounts used WallHacks, which allowed them to shoot through walls without difficulty.
- The remaining 2% of users were banned for reasons not disclosed.
Additionally, Free Fire penalized over 13,000 players for intentionally playing with hackers.
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