Here's how cheaters should be handled in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds
I myself have been playing this game since 2017 when it come out and for the first 3-4 month of great gameplay that's when it started... I met people who use aimbot, running speed, immortality and ghost-cars. I thought the ghost car part was a bug, but it was not and still terrifying when it comes after you.
I just totally stopped playing this game after that. After half year later I come back to the game just to take a look on the new maps and see if those cheaters in the game have been taken care off. Right in the first gameplay after 6 months not playing this game, I killed one that used running speed and got killed by his partner after, that also use that same cheat... Even team players will kill you if they discover you use it, because they hate people who use it. As you can see here: YouTube
In 2018 with new upcoming maps I still didn't come back to this game. I seen a lot of players have been banned from this game for using cheats and just make a new account just to do it over again. I'm not angry that players use cheats, I'm just incredibly disappointed that people have to use it just to win.
Cheats in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds are a problem that PUBG Corp. They have been working hard to find a solution, which is important even for the e-sport. Now Dohyung Lee, chief of the PUBG Anti-Cheat Unit, released a video where they go through how they handle it. It's about, among other things, hardware bans and collecting data from partners. Check out the video below.