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Call of Duty Mobile is banning Emulator players and VPN users

Huge ban wave is happening in the Call of Duty Mobile community. Recently, players are reporting that Call of Duty Mobile is banning the emulator account for 10 years. And the same goes for VPN users as well. why the developers took this huge step all of a sudden, no one knows. But let us take a look at this issue in details.

When did this start?

A few weeks ago (during mid-October to be exact), a community discussion took place to decide the future of emulators in the game as well as the addition of controller support. But the end-results were unknown to the community. Just a few hours ago, Garena Call of Duty Mobile on Facebook posted that they will start banning account for the mentioned reasons.

The official statement says,

Our new anti-cheating system is in place. Here is a list of actions that will get you banned from the game. We are serious about anti-cheating, you should be too.

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  • Usage of any 3rd party apps such as crosshair apps or apps that enables docking of keyboard and mouse
  • Use of unsafe emulators
  • Usage of VPN
  • Use of hacks, game scripts and any tools that modify game files

Is the Emulator Bann applicable for Call of Duty Mobile global version too?

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call of duty mobile account banned for 10 years!

Unfortunately, the ban wave has arrived for both the versions of Call of Duty Mobile. As expected, this notice came as a shock to all the emulator users. The players in the official discord server have started complaining about it as their account got banned for 10 years. Even if they did not use any hacks or 3rd party apps, just because of the emulator usage, their account got banned.

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The reason why all of a sudden Call of Duty Mobile started banning Emulator and VPN players is unknown. But all we can hope that there must be some valid reason behind this big step. We’ll keep you updated as we find more information on this issue.


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  1. I run into a person using controller or keyboard and mouse 1 out of 10 games its very frustrating when you are trying to play with touch. Other than that the games great and i ussually drop 20+ on a bad day. But if you need to use a periphreal that gives full console/pc precision just to beat mobile users you deserve a ban just my opinion though.

    1. There’s no comparison between a controller and touch devices. However, there are many players who plays like a pro in a touch device.

    1. Hi Hanaja, please go through the official Garena Call of Duty Mobile Facebook page and you’ll see the announcement. They are probably testing it but it is true that many players got ban already. Its better to wait for further announcement on it.

      However, the article says “use of unsafe emulators” that does not count Gameloop because it is from Tencent.

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