post on Reddit
discusses how cheating in PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS
can be reported through the
for the battle royale shooter (thanks
). Just bear in mind that snitches get stitches. Here's how this
Cheating is a problem that affects the entire community. The
problem requires a holistic solution of game design changes, automated systems,
and player reporting. While we will continue to invest significant resources
internally, we also receive kind and heartfelt requests from players who want to
do their part to improve the PUBG player community. With those players in mind,
we are announcing the Community Anti-Cheat Initiative, a specific channel in
Discord which gives players the ability to submit reports via the PUBG Discord.
This channel will be opened soon after the application period closes - read on
for more info on how to apply.
Is this a replacement for in-game reporting?
No. In-game reporting systems will always be the most efficient means to report
players. These systems train our machine learning algorithms and are critical to
ensuring efficient automated banning. However, even with the best automated
systems, with millions of players some slip through the cracks. Although
Community Anti-Cheat will be less efficient in terms of quantity, it is a more
efficient way to ensure that players like this are identified.