All this being said, PUBG is still dominating Steam's most played games and continues to peak on the Twitch. The battle royale shooter from Bluehole (which is now PUBG Corporation) received various accolades and honors for 2017, and its success hasn't slowed down in 2018 so far, at least not with regard to sales. This looks to be PUBG's biggest drop in active players since the game debuted on Steam Early Access in March 2017.
Some saw that as a positive, hoping that it meant that the cheaters were fighting a losing battle, but there has been little to no noticeable change for players and fans of the game.
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Youxi Story reports the statistic, adding that 46% of PUBG's total players are based in China.
But as the tweet from Bloomberg's Nakamura points out, the number of concurrent players on PC peaked last month, and there has been a steady downward trend ever since.
PUBG Corp banned over a million players in January alone for cheating, but apparently this has not stemmed the tide of people using software to gain an unfair advantage. If you missed that initial deal, please be aware that Microsoft is once again offering a free PUBG copy with any new Xbox One X purchase. However, PUBG's anti-cheating tech provider, BattlEye, also released data showing that 99% of accounts banned for cheating are from China.