Free Fire: Garena bans more than 280 thousand accounts for using hacks
Garena, developer of the Free Fire game, banned more than 280,000 accounts for using hacks in a period of two weeks.
Garena , developer of the game Free Fire , announced last Thursday (2) that it banned more than 280,000 accounts for using hacks in a period of two weeks. The announcement was made through an official poster published on the company's social networks.
The poster shows a pie chart that indicates the distribution of accounts banned by Patent. The data shows that 35% of banned accounts were from players who did not have a Rank , while 19.5% were from Master Rank players, 9.7% from Platinum Rank players, 4.9% from Bronze Rank players, 4 .4% of Silver Rank players and 15.5% of Gold Rank players.
Furthermore, Garena also announced that it took down 176 YouTube channels and 7,255 videos that taught how to use hacks in Free Fire .
As if that weren't enough, the company reinforced that the use of hacks is prohibited in Free Fire and that players who are caught using hacks will have their accounts permanently banned.
Consequences of using hacks
Using hacks in Free Fire can have a number of negative consequences for players, including:
- Permanent account ban
- Loss of access to items and rewards
- Harm to other players
How to report hackers
Players who suspect that other players are using hacks in Free Fire can report the players through the official Garena website. To report a hacker, players must provide their player ID, player name, and a description of the hack that was used.
In short, Garena is committed to keeping Free Fire a fair and balanced gaming environment for all players . The company will continue to take action against players who use hacks to ensure that all players have a fair gaming experience.