New Delhi : Launched in March 2018 in India, PUBG Mobile took the gaming world by storm, having been downloaded 200 million times as on December 2018, according to Tencent Games. However, the game has now been banned in Gujarat.
Do you know you can get arrested if you play the popular game PlayerUnknown’s Battleground, or PUBG, in Gujarat? This is because the police believe that the game can allegedly lead to violent behaviour among children and youth, and adversely affect studies.
In fact, following the PUBG Mobile ban by Gujarat state government, the Rajkot police took 10 college students in custody for violation three days ago. They were booked under the Indian Penal Code (IPC) 188 and Gujarat Police Act (GPA) 135 but were immediately granted bail.
Today, Ten News collected some reactions of Delhiites regarding ban on PUBG in India.
People shared how bad it feels to them who is addicted to this game but also shared how good result this will bring in the lives of younger kids who, due to the audio chat option in the game gets connected with people of different age and mindsets.