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Free Fire Bans Over 1.1 Million Accounts For Hacking



Garena Free reported banning over 1.1 million accounts and over 3.5 million devices in the past two weeks for cheating. 51% of these accounts were banned after being reported by other players. The move comes after Garena’s continued assurances to reduce piracy in her game and her continued efforts over the past few months to crack down on cheaters.

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A breakdown of why most accounts were banned was also provided:

17% – Teleport Hacks – Allows players to move much faster than others and teleport to distant locations and elevations.

35% – Auto Aim – Help players win shootouts, as hacks allow the reticle to quickly attack enemies.

19% – Wall Hack – Allows players to perceive information through walls and objects. This can include both players and loot.

21% Antenna Hack – This allows you to see enemies from a long distance by positioning an antenna over your character. Players can use it to surprise enemies and perform safe and faster spins.

According to the report, nearly 200,000 accounts have also been banned for intentionally playing with hackers.

Free Fire hacking problem

Free Fire has had many issues with hackers and cheaters in the past. These are not only limited to the casual player base, but notable past incidents include professional players from different regions getting caught hacking in official tournaments. on June 2, the developers announced Operation Cut Cord in an attempt to reduce pirates. Initial activities included the detection of over 3.8 million cheaters and the banning of over 700,000 accounts. A month later, in July, the developers released a new patch with improvements to their anti-cheat system.

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In May 2020, for professional teams, Entity Gaming and TSG Army came under the scanner after players were detected by Garena’s anti-piracy system. Players involved in this incident and one after it were subsequently banned for a period of one year. Later that month, Global Esports also released its Free Fire list after concerns that players were involved in suspicious activity.

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