- PUBG has banned four professional players for three years
- This comes after an investigation of their accounts, which were suspended
- The four players and their respective teams have also been disqualified from National PUBG League
There’s no doubt that Playerunknown's Battleground is one of the most popular battle royale games right now. However, this popularity attracts many players that use unfair means to win and PUBG has been taking action against such players that use aimbots, radar hacks or any other types of cheats to get a leg up against the competition. On December 19, four professional PUBG players were banned in-game for suspected use of unauthorised software and after an investigation, PUBG found that these players were indeed cheating. As a result, pro-PUBG players Christian “Cuhris” Narvaez, Liam “Liammm” Tran, Tyler “DevowR” Sti and Mark “Tefl0n” Formaro have been banned from participating in all official esports competitions for three years, starting December 31, 2018.