Another 30000 accounts in call of Duty: theater have been blocked by ban

Activision launched a new round of crackdown on cheating players in call of Duty: Theater. Another 30000 accounts were ban because of cheating, and more will be announced later.

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Another 30000 accounts in call of Duty: theater have been blocked by ban

Gamer, whose recent efforts to combat cheating have resulted in 30000 accounts banned from playing call of Duty: Theater, a free big escape game. Mobile TV has been stepping up its anti cheating efforts recently. Previously, in February, mobile TV had ban players for three times.

Another 30000 accounts in call of Duty: theater have been blocked by ban

According to Activision, as of December 2020, “call of Duty: Theater” has attracted 85 million people to play. In February 2021, Activision said it has permanently banned more than 300000 accounts since the game was launched in March 2020.

“We know that openhook players are constantly looking for weaknesses, and we will devote our resources to identifying and combating cheating all the time, including automatic targeting, wall piercing, modifiers, attribute tampering, map tampering, ranking tampering, and any third-party software used to manipulate game data or memory,” Activision said at the time. Our current security and reinforcement efforts will include the entire series of theater, call of duty 16: modern warfare, and operation black. “