Garena released the list of players banned for using hacks and unofficial apps on Free Fire
HAVE HACKS INCREASED? 585,000 ACCOUNTS BANNED LAST WEEK
Garena released new information about the measures against hacks in the last week of Free Fire, this time 585 thousand accounts were banned.
The larger number of banned accounts shows a significant increase in the number of hacks in the game, although the system is banning, it is clear the perception of players in relation to cheaters during games.
See also: 20 Hacks Rules Every Player Needs to Know .
Since the June / 2020 update, Garena has released official information on a weekly basis. See what has been released so far:
|1st week||1 million banned accounts|
|2nd week||533 thousand banned accounts|
|3rd week||287 thousand banned accounts|
|4th week||484 thousand banned accounts|
|5th week||585 thousand banned accounts|
As you know, we are working non-stop to ensure that Free Fire is a fun, fair and cheat-free game (those who like to spoil the game for everyone).
During the past week, from June 28 to July 4, our Anti-Cheat Team suspended more than 585,000 cheating accounts worldwide, meaning accounts using third-party scripts and applications to take advantage of the game. This kind of dishonest attitude has no place in our beloved Free Fire. Cheating accounts are permanently suspended. That is, there is no way to regain access to the account once it has been suspended for cheating.
We would like to remind everyone that using Free Fire in combination with unauthorized third-party applications, scripts or macros, will result in account suspension. Keep denouncing the cheaters at the end of the match and together we will build a better and fairer Free Fire for everyone.
Free Fire Anti-Cheat Team