Battlestate Games bans additional 1265 cheaters from Escape From Tarkov

As Battlestate Games wants to do, not only ban players who try to cheat, but also publish their in-game nicknames officially. That way players could find out if they recall to any cheater met in the past. As usual, the names have been published on Battlestate Games’ official EFT forum, with an announcement on their official Twitter profile.

The announcement can be found below:

According to Battlestate Games and the track of cheaters banned in the past, this is just another batch of banned players who tried to take advantage by using any third-party software. Aim hacks, speed hacks, even God mode may be achieved in EFT by using third-party software that’s ruining the terms of service.

Luckily, the Russian development studio, Battlestate Games, is monitoring every bit of disordered conduct. Therefore, we advise you to stop gaining benefit by cheating in Escape From Tarkov. This will eventually get you banned. Even if players believe that Escape From Tarkov is lacking anti-cheat, think about the updates released on a daily basis.

They are usually listed as technical updates, but we believe the anti-cheat measurement is also being updated with each of the daily updates.

The list of cheaters, for which you may or may have not encountered, can be found on the official Escape From Tarkov forum. Reading the thread could resolve in a bitter feeling, especially if a known hacker has been discovered in recent gameplay of yours.

Angel Kicevski

Angel Kicevski started playing video games a long time ago. He started playing competitively since the Counter-Strike 1.3 era. Shortly after the competitive CS era, he managed to find the gaming industry amusing and started working on FGR. His mission is to bring gaming news and make guides for those who need them in the best possible way. He also considers himself an Escape From Tarkov addict.


  1. Bad news. my buddy uses ESP only, one year later. Never been caught.

    BSG is manually banning people which takes manpower and a lot of time. When the ban rates hit thousands per week, then and only then I would say they have a good anti-cheat.

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