Over 30,000 Banned in Yesterday's Warzone Banwave

PC Gamer has more on yesterday's banwave in Call of Duty: Warzone, as Activision tells the site this knocked off over 30,000 accounts. PC Gamer busted out their calculator and estimate these bans have removed over 100K accounts, their post expresses some skepticism of how effectively cheating can be countered in a free-to-play battle royale:
If you add up the ban waves since the start of the year with others that happen outside of specific waves, Activision has likely removed around 100,000 accounts in 2021 so far. That's a pretty huge number on its own, but it's not clear if the community is feeling the impact of it. Warzone attracts millions of players every day. A big chunk of that playerbase is on PC, where installing Warzone hacks and cheats is remarkably easy, and crossplay allows cheaters to put console players in their crosshairs.