Four PUBG players in the NPL banned for three years

Jan 02 2019 2 min read

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You can remember that massive wave of bans in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds that blocked more than 30.000 accounts, including pro-players accounts among them in December 2018. Official PUBG Esports Twitter announced three-year ban for 4 pro-players, who was being caught cheating, a couple of days ago.

Christian 'Cuhris' Narvaez; Liam 'Liammm' Tran; Tyler 'DevowR' Sti; and Mark 'Tefl0n' Formaro won’t be the part of The National Pro League (NPL) for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds until 2022. As it revealed after the investigation, they used the third party software during public matches and third round of NLP Online Qualifiers

National PUBG League also banned their teams (Reapers, Totality, Death Row, and Almost) and replaced them by the next four teams on the overall standings from the NLP Online Qualifiers Round 3.

Moreover, PUBG Esports warned that it will ban every player using cheats from competitive play for three years to a lifetime in the future.

PUBG community responded positively to such a statement on Twitter. 

What do you think: isn’t it a significant punishment or they do everything right? Share your thoughts in the comments.


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