A fascinating report from the anti-cheat software BattlEye revealed where the bulk of PlayerUnknown Battleground’s cheating problem is coming from. It turns out that China is the main culprit. While the country holds 46% of the PUBG playerbase, they also account for a staggering 99% of all banned cheating accounts. As a reminder, competitive PUBG will be returning at IEM Katowice.
Source: Dot Esports