PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds New Method for Reporting Cheaters

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has a new method of dealing with cheaters and other players who break rules of conduct. It is simplified and easier to use on their forums. Also, this is not its final form. The best method of in-game reporting will be implemented later on.

PlayerUnknowns Battleground New Method for Reporting Cheaters

For the time being, you can report players for cheating, teaming and team killing, and all other misconducts through the official forums. The reports are confidential, as they are only viewed by the forum administrators. To make it more transparent, the investigation team behind it will provide direct feedback to the allegations, process of investigating, as well as a ban appeal.

At the official forum, you can report a breach of the rules of conduct, cheater (hacker), team killer, teamer, or appeal a ban.

Each one of these processes requires the following information:

  1. Reporting a Breach of the Rules of Conduct
    • Date and time that the offense occurred
    • Platform(s) that this occurred on
    • Name of suspected offender
    • Evidence of offense
  2. Reporting a Cheater / Hacker
    • In game name of alleged cheater / hacker(s)
    • Evidence of offense
    • Date and time of suspected cheating / hacking offense
  3. Reporting a Team Killer
    • In game name of alleged team killer(s)
    • Date offense occurred
    • Video evidence of being team killed
  4. Reporting a Teamer
    • Date and time that the offense occurred
    • In game names of suspected teamers
    • Video evidence of teamers
  5. Process to Appeal a Ban
    • In game name
    • 17 digit Steam ID
    • Ban appeal reason

PUBG Rules of Conduct

There are currently fourteen rules of conduct listed, but the number may change from time to time. Not knowing the rules is not an excuse for their violation. Not respecting them may lead to a temporary suspension or a permanent ban. Some of the rules are:

  • Do not harass, stalk, or purposely do things to make someone else feel uncomfortable or threatened.
  • Do not team: teaming is defined as two or more players in the same match working together in a larger group than is intended for the selected game mode.
  • Do not team kill: there is no excuse for non-accidental team kills. If your teammate is breaking these rules, report them to us instead.
  • Do not stream snipe: this is a form of cheating and you will be banned if you do it.







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