More than 50 teams disqualified from PMCO Spring Split 2021

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The PUBG Mobile Esports team has disqualified over 50 teams from the ongoing PMCO: Spring Split 2021 for various reasons. All of these teams have violated Tencent’s code of conduct in various ways and hence, they have been removed from this tournament.

Initially, a total of seven teams were removed from the tournament for a similar reason and that action was just a start of a massive ban wave. After banning these teams, Tencent went on to disclose many other teams belonging to the South Asian region. The banned teams were as follows:

After these initial actions, the PUBG Mobile Esports team has published a competitive ruling which includes a total of 44 teams banned from various regions. PMCO Spring Split 2021 has almost reached its final stages for many regions and hence, banning the violators was crucial. The list of teams disqualified from various regions and the affiliated reasons are given below:

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 Saudi Arabia:
  • Delta9 – Ringing/Not Meeting Residential Requirement

Tencent has taken a favorable stand for the PUBG Mobile community by being transparent about their actions and revealing the violators publicly after a long time. Such actions could be expected in the future as well.

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