Everyone knows that the Hackers is one of the most sizzling problems in PUBG Mobile as the more popular it is, the more cheating players the game has. Despite releasing many updates on the anti-cheating systems, PUBG Mobile has yet to identify and eliminate all hackers out of the game.
What is the PUBG Mobile Video Review Station?
Although, PUBG Mobile Video Review Station is a part of the game anti-cheating system where PUBG Mobile players can review videos of reported players and decide if they are violating the rules or not.
However, If a majority of investigators agree that the reported player is cheating, the video will be sent to the PUBG Mobile anti-cheating team for specific review. The team made the final decision, and the player might be banned if he is confirmed to be cheating in-game.
How to become a public investigator in PUBG Mobile Video Review Station?
Besides getting more fair play games, PUBG Mobile players who sign up as “public investigators” who check videos of reported players will get special offers and rewards from the game developer by achieving a certain number of checked videos. However, the details of rewards have yet to be announced.
Although during the feature is in the testing phase, PUBG Mobile disclosed that the Video Review Station would be included in PUBG Mobile 1.0 New Eraversion, which is slated to release on September 8th. Meanwhile, the list of investigators will be selected as only those who meet some standard qualifications can register to be an investigator.
From August 20th to August 27th, 2,273,152 accounts and 1,424,854 devices have been permanently suspended from accessing our game, out of which these are the reasons:
⬜ 12%: Speed Cheats
⬜ 22%: Other
⬜ 27%: Auto-Aim Cheats
⬜ 32%: X-Ray Vision pic.twitter.com/0U7JFeSxtF
— PUBG MOBILE (@PUBGMOBILE) August 29, 2020
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