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Garena bans over 1 million Free Fire accounts for cheating

Garena bans over 1 million Free Fire accounts for cheating in a small span of two weeks. The problem of cheaters in all games has been sportspoil since the early gaming days. On the other hand, cheaters, in Free Fire, have been continuously increasing in the past few months.

Garena has been working hard on the problem of cheaters, and the result is quite visible. 

Garena bans over 1 million Free Fire accounts for cheating, and 31,683 for playing with cheaters 

Garena has banned a total of 1,169,703 Free Fire accounts in the past two weeks. From these, around 45 per cent of accounts were banned after multiple reports. Besides, Garena banned 31,683 more accounts for intentionally playing with hackers. 

Amongst the total cheaters, 51.9 per cent of cheaters used auto-aim, whereas 21.2 per cent of cheaters used Antenna cheat. Moreover, 9.7 per cent of cheaters used cheat which allowed them to teleport. 8.7 per cent of cheaters used Antenna cheat, and remaining cheaters used other cheats. 

Garena frequently posts the statistics of their anti-cheat system. However, it clearly shows how the number of cheaters have been continuously increasing. 

Garena has a strong anti-cheat system in Free Fire. However, the cheats improves with the improvement of the anti-cheat system. This is a huge problem for both players and the game.

Garena has been working hard and banning the cheating accounts frequently. Cheating completely ruins the essence of gaming, so the game developers have to work really hard to reduce the number of cheaters in the game. 

Garena bans over 1 million Free Fire accounts, which is really good news for the players. It will help to make the game a more fair place for all the players. Moreover, Garena never fails to complete the expectations of all the players. 

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