If you play PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile, then it could potentially become tempting to resort to certain shortcuts to make the overall in-game experience better. Now, there have been multiple online forums advocating the issue of these shortcuts – which are cheats actually and not essentially shortcuts. In this regard, if you resort to cheating you would be banned form PUBG Mobile for a period of 10 years.
If you would like to report cheating, and thereby potentially ensure that gameplay is safer, you could do so now by reporting suspect players (and their accounts) and those using third-party applications (apps). You could make use of the built-in game reporting system to directly send cheating-related notifications to PUBG.
Then, the game IDs of the confirmed (after a thorough investigation by PUBG) cheater PUBG players would be published to publicly shame them. You would be informed of all the investigation findings of PUBG Mobile as far as bringing cheaters to book is concerned.
Remember that cheaters face a 10-year ban of their game IDs
As far as the current scenario is concerned, nearly 30 players (this is only a partial list, there are more players in pipeline) have been banned for 10 years.
“We will continue to enforce stringent discipline against cheaters and publish the IDs of confirmed cheaters. Thank you for helping us make PUBG MOBILE a better game,” states PUBG in an official blog post.