Garena banned 2,609,071 more Free Fire accounts for cheating

Garena banned 2,609,071 more Free Fire accounts for cheating in the past two weeks 

According to a recent post, Garena banned 2,609,071 Free Fire accounts for cheating. The post also gives a brief description of the cheats used by cheaters.

In a mere span of two weeks, Garena banned over 2.6 million accounts for cheating. Of all the banned accounts, Garena banned 42.8 percent of the total accounts after multiple complaints by players.

Garena has a powerful anti-cheat system in the game to ensure that the game remains fair for all players.

However, as the hacks become more effective over time, creators must continue to improve their anti-cheat system in order to keep it healthy.

Free Fire accounts ban notice 

Garena banned 2,609,071 accounts for cheating, which is less as compared to last month. Moreover, from total cheaters banned, 51.1 percent of cheaters were using auto-aim. Eighteen percent of cheaters were using cheats that allowed them to shoot and see through the walls.

Thirteen percent of cheaters were using the Antenna cheat, whereas 9.2 percent of cheaters were using a cheat that allowed them to teleport. However, the remaining 8.7 percent of cheaters were using other cheats.

Tips from Garena for legitimate players to avoid ban

Further, in the post, Garena mentions some essential tips for legitimate players to avoid a ban. The post reads, “Please download Free Fire from an official platform. Do not use unauthorized clients from unknown social media groups or personal channels.” 

This post clarifies that the usage of unauthorized clients in the game will lead to a ban.

Garena has been banning Free Fire accounts for cheating for a long time now. The Antihack system instantly detects the cheaters and bans their accounts.

Moreover, the ban is irreversible, which means the ban cannot be lifted before the given period.

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