BGMI classic matches are turning into the home of cheaters? MortaL and other content creators express their concerns. It has roughly been around 2.5 months since Battlegrounds Mobile India was officially launched in the country. A tremendous amount of success and support has been seen by the game so far from the audience. However, there have been certain obstacles that are ruining the gaming experience for the players. Many hackers, cheaters, and players who use unfair means in-game have been around for a while now.
The issue of hackers was reported several times by multiple players, YouTubers, and content creators. Apparently, the action was taken to ban thousands of BGMI IDs that were supposedly hackers. Yet we see so many of them still pondering in the game.
— MortaL (@Mortal04907880) September 21, 2021
BGMI classic matches are turning into home of cheaters? MortaL expresses his concerns
India’s most famous Indian Gamer and Streamer Naman Mathur AKA MortaL has expressed his concern regarding hackers on Twitter. Mortal wrote on his official Twitter handle, “BGMI classic matches are turning into home of cheaters. Ruining the fun every 2 out of 5 games making it impossible to stream freely and create content around the game”.
MortaL was streaming on YouTube recently where he addressed the issue of hackers killing his squad multiple times via unfair means. He clearly says in his stream that “He is not sad, but he doesn’t enjoy playing the game if they die 2 out of 5 times by a hacker who uses cheats.” He further requests Krafton on stream to fix this issue ASAP.
There have been other YouTubers and Content Creators as well who have spoken about this issue publicly. It is bound to happen because these streamers and content creators work hard and grind every day to reach the top tiers in-game. If they get killed by hackers/cheaters, it really demotivates them, and also such things happening on live streams would also promote such unfair practices.
It portrays the message that it would be so easy to kill even professionals by using hacks and not your own game skill. This issue needs to be solved soon before the Battlegrounds Mobile India audience loses interest in the newly launched game. Krafton is working relentlessly to do something about it.