Ban Pan system introduced in BGMI: After the early access launch on 18th June 2021, Krafton had officially launched Battlegrounds Mobile India on the 2nd Of July. Along with the launch of BGMI, Krafton had also officially declared the first open-for-all tournament with a whopping prize pool of 1 Crore- Battlegrounds Mobile India Series.
However, casual gamers, streamers, and professional players face a lot of cheaters since the game's launch; due to the absence of an anti-cheat system in BGMI.
There are numerous occasions where PUBG Mobile has witnessed cheaters and players hacking at the competitive level, like PMCO 2020, where more than 11 teams were disqualified due to hacking accusations. The number of cheaters increased after the game shifted to Online mode from the LAN event.
To overcome these issues and offer a fair-play environment, Tencent has developed a Ban Pan system for banning hackers from the game. However, on September 2nd PUBG Mobile Nordic Map Livik got banned in India.
With the launch of BGMI - a rephrased version of PUBG Mobile, with some major changes in internal level, Indian players are delighted to get back their old OG moments in a new form. However, a massive amount of cheaters have deteriorated the whole gaming experience.
Ban Pan system introduced in BGMI
From the past 2-3 days, most players observe fewer cheaters in their lobby. Also, many cheaters from the top leaderboard have been removed and banned. Along with that, players can see a hacker in-game ban information on the kill feed. Evidently, BGMI has successfully integrated the Ban Pan system into the game and is actively banning hackers and cheaters.