Call of Duty: Warzone – Activation report bans 20,000 more frauds

Call of Duty: Warzone - Activation report bans 20,000 more frauds
As many as 20,000 Call of Duty Verzon cheaters have been banned since the launch of the Activation Games ason. A report obtained by Vice, citing an activism spokesman and “people familiar with the matter”, said the publisher had intensified the ban on Monday, with some actions related to the use of a popular fraudulent program called EngineWinning.

The enginewinning website has now listed its modern Warfare 2019 fraud as “detectable” which suggests that the activation has successfully stopped the use of in-game, in the process deleting the accounts of thousands of fraudsters.The vice report specifically mentions the case of streamer Nick ‘Wagnifikant’ Wagner, whose account was permanently banned in the middle of a livestream. Sources told Vice that Wagner was using the now-identified fraud in Warzone, which resulted in his ban.

Back in April, Activation banned 50,000 accounts for fraud, citing “zero-tolerance to Verzon fraudsters.” Game developer Infinity Word also warned that “more banwave” is coming in July.

In other Verzon news, check out our article covering all the details you need about the Bumper Season 6 update, which came out in the game on PS4, Xbox One and PC this week.

Jordan Olman is a freelance writer for IGN. Follow him on Twitter.

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