PUBG Mobile and BGMI introduces a new policy that takes strict action against griefers and toxic players

PUBG Mobile and BGMI are two of the most emerging battle royale titles in the esports community and with increasing days, the number of active players is also increasing in the game.

However, players are still troubled with the cheaters as well as toxic teammates. Toxic players are generally found in random matchmaking and they ruin the whole experience of gameplay for other players.

To prevent this, BGMI and PUBG Mobile have introduced a new code of conduct that will take stricter measures against these players and cheaters. Let us have a look at the new code of conduct rules.

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PUBG Mobile and BGMI are introducing new code of conduct policy to prevent toxic players and griefers

Here is the full list of rules that BGMI and PUBG Mobile have introduced against toxic behavior:

Language ViolationMerit Deduction and muting
Spreading information on how to break
the rules
Merit Deduction, ban, mute
Griefing teammates Merit Deduction, match bans
Attacks teammates Merit Deductions
Teaming up with cheaters Merit Deductions, ban, rank removal
Cheating and third-party tools Merit Deductions, ban, rank removal
Teamers Merit Deductions, ban
Exploiting Bugs Merit Deductions, ban
New Rules of Conduct in BGMI and PUBG Mobile

This merit deduction policy is a strong step against griefers and toxic players and also to players who intentionally team up with hackers.

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Hence, to summarise, players may get banned for teaming with cheaters and action will be taken against players who verbally abuse, cheat, spread false information, spread spam, or grief teammates.

Although fans cannot deny the fact that BGMI and PUBG Mobile have tried to enhance the fair gameplay policy previously, this stricter step is giving a ray of light to players for better and fairer battlegrounds.

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