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Over 50 Teams Face Disqualification From PUBG Mobile Club Open

ByASNF

Feb 27, 2021

Inspecting the unfortunate happening in PUBG Mobile Club Open Spring Split 2021.


The PUBG Mobile Esports team has disqualified over 50 teams in the PMCO tournament. According to official reports, these teams were guilty of violating the tournament’s code of conduct.

It all started with bans on seven teams in the tournament for violating the rules. However, when the organizers saw that there was a potential ban wave coming, they released an official competitive ruling. Here are some highlights of what the statement said:

“In our continuous effort to detect and penalize cheating as well as other rule violations we identified various accounts that violated our Code of Conduct and competitive integrity of our ongoing PMCO Group Stage.”

They further added, “Following the violations of our Code of Conduct and in accordance with our PUBG MOBILE competitive policy, the teams listed below have been disqualified from our ongoing 2021 PMCO Spring Split and will be, with immediate effect, stripped of all points, placement as well as prize money.”

Disqualified teams

PMCO is one of the biggest tournaments in the world of PUBGM esports, and Tencent makes sure that the event is fair play. Disqualification of over 50 teams in the competition must have raised a few eyebrows in the world of mobile esports. However, the event organizers have carried out their part brilliantly by being publicly vocal and transparent about the ongoings of the competition.

The teams who were disqualified are as follows:

Europe Wildcard:

  • DarkKnock – Usage of Third-Party Software
  • Rozavlea – Ringing/Not Meeting Residential Requirement
  • Master Esports – Bypassing of Anti-Cheat Software
  • team masters – Bypassing of Anti-Cheat Software

United Kingdom:

  • CYREX esports – Bypassing of Anti-Cheat Software
  • Smokers Esports – Bypassing of Anti-Cheat Software
  • V12 – Bypassing of Anti-Cheat Software
  • Syrax Esp – Bypassing of Anti-Cheat Software
  • Fool Esports – Ringing/Not Meeting Residential Requirement
  • UNI TEAM – Ringing/ Bypassing of Anti-Cheat Software
  • iKURD E-SPORTS – Ringing/Not Meeting Residential Requirement
  • Optic Gaming – Ineligible player
  • KURD MAN – Usage of Third-Party Software

United Arab Emirates:

  • Emaar – Bypassing of Anti-Cheat Software
  • Aquareborn – Bypassing of Anti-Cheat Software
  • EmiratesDxB – Bypassing of Anti-Cheat Software
  • Team Shurta – Participating in Multiple Regions
  • F16 Esports – Ringing/Not Meeting Residential Requirement
  • Barcode Plch – Ringing/Not Meeting Residential Requirement
  • MYS Gaming – Ringing/Not Meeting Residential Requirement
  • Semper Victor – Ringing/Not Meeting Residential Requirement
  • Team iQ – Ineligible player

France:

  • LDI PUNCH – Bypassing of Anti-Cheat Software
  • OneDon – Ringing/Not Meeting Residential Requirement
  • NCS ESPORTS – Bypassing of Anti-Cheat Software
  • Vforv – Ringing/Not Meeting Residential Requirement
  • MASTERSxFR – Ineligible player
  • SPACE FORCE – Ringing/Not Meeting Residential Requirement
  • 4RQ Esports – Usage of Third-Party Software

North America:

  • TeamMvrk – Usage of Third-Party Software
  • Kof5g – Not Meeting Residential Requirement

Turkey:

  • FLBV – Usage of Third-Party Software
  • Lux Game Espor – Bypassing of Anti-Cheat Software

CIS:

  • ROV ESPORTS – Ringing/Not Meeting Residential Requirement
  • Cyber Cartel – Usage of Illegal Device (Tablet)
  • TeamOpRaJpuT – Bypassing of Anti-Cheat Software

Egypt:

  • Black Cloud – Ringing/Not Meeting Residential Requirement
  • OldTeamEG – Bypassing of Anti-Cheat Software

Iraq:

  • BFF ESPORTS – Ringing/Not Meeting Residential Requirement
  • LAST DAY – Ringing/Not Meeting Residential Requirement
  • Logic up – Ineligible player

MENA Wildcard:

  • anonymuos – Ringing/Not Meeting Residential Requirement

Germany:

  • Flex esports – Bypassing of Anti-Cheat Software

Kingdom of Saudia Arabia:

  • Delta9 – Ringing/Not Meeting Residential Requirement

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