Krafton developers concerned with running Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) esports in India have introduced a new anti-cheat system software ahead of the Battlegrounds Mobile Open Challenge 2022 (BMOC) to tackle the rampant hacker problems in the event’s preliminary stages. The BGMI Anti Cheat (or the BAC) is proof that the chaotic hacker-infested games of the last Battlegrounds Mobile India Series (BGIS) tournament have finally convinced the officials to take action.
Players from the participating teams will be provided with the app as a mandatory measure. Players will have to log in to the app with their credentials once they are provided with the lobby details of the special in-game room-hosted matches. Each player will have to take a selfie before and after the game using the app as credential proof.
Once all procedures are complete, the BAC will launch the game by itself, and players will be able to join their designated lobby from there. This will not be a one-time process and will instead be a systematic process before every match to ensure maximum security.
This feature was implemented for the first time at BMOC, which began on April 21st.