However, as the game's player base is increasing, with 15 million copies sold, so is the need to monitor the community, which the developer does through anti-cheat software firm BattlEye.
BattlEye also singled out China as the nation with the highest proportion of banned players, which is kind of understandable when you take into account that China is now accountable for more than 40% of the game's total player base. According to BattlEye, players banned each day range from 6000 to 13,000 but, in last 24 hours this figure was raised to 20,000 and has banned 322,000 PUBG players to date. Also, the vast majority of the players banned in the game is from China.
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Later, a test by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement showed that the substance in Rushing's vehicle was sugar and not meth. Rushing was arrested in December 2015 when Cpl.
If the number of players that are being banned each day seems like a drastic amount, BattlEye also shared an interesting point about games that fit within PUBG's genre.
PUBG doesn't seem to show any signs of slowing down just yet with its player count continuing to grow, so expect to see more bans coming in the future.
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