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How to report PES 2013 cheaters to Konami

Posted at 5:01 pm | Thursday, 24 January 2013



Konami have banned two hundred and seventy-four online players from Pro Evolution Soccer 2013, confirmed by the PES Team earlier this week.

And now, with a quicker, easier and more efficient reporting system in place, if they have to, the PES Team are more-than-prepared to push the figure past the 300-mark.

After kicking off the already-popular Online League Cups, Konami have spent the majority of this week emphasising that online play on PES is still alive and kicking.

To keep things that way, make sure you file a 'cheat report' to Konami if you're unfortunate enough to run into a cheater. All the details and links have been posted below.

When contacting Konami, simply fill out this form below and send it to the appropriate email address (all listed below) so the PES Team can easily identify the suspected cheater and take necessary action:

Your username: *********
Opponent’s username: **********
Platform: Xbox 360 / PS3 / PC
Date of match: DD/MM/YYYY

For EUROPE:
English: https://uk.secure.konami-europe.com/support.do 
French: https://fr.secure.konami-europe.com/support.do  
German: https://de.secure.konami-europe.com/support.do
Italian: https://it.secure.konami-europe.com/support.do 
Spanish: https://es.secure.konami-europe.com/support.do

For NORTH or SOUTH AMERICA:
Email: customersupport@kde-us.com

For ASIA:
Email: support@konami.com.hk


In other news, Konami have published a new survey asking fans for feedback on the series - amongst other things.

Although the survey will take you a little longer than usual - around 20 minutes - two people are guaranteed to win a 16GB iPad 3 just for completing the feedback survey.

Good luck!


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