As you know Apex Legends and Fortnite Battle Royale may have taken over PUBG in several ways. But PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is appeared back once again in the headlines for a brand new reason that some governments are completely banning the PUBG in their country.
You might hear about how the police arrested ten students in India, for playing PUBG in Gujarat last month. After that, India also restricted the PUBG, and now other nations are also doing the same. According to The Himalayan Times, and The Kathmandu Post, Nepal has strictly directed almost every mobile service provider to ban PUBG. Additionally, the government of Nepal is also ready to arrest players for the game that has been banned.
Lots of Reservations about Game Addiction
I am sure, you might guess why Nepal government is citing the typical beliefs why a game should be taken down, including serious issues about aggression and addiction, even though many experts having reservations about video game addiction, and studies that have attempted to interrogate a link between aggression and video games have widely been inconclusive.
Chief of Metropolitan Crime Division Said
That thing didn’t fend off the Metropolitan Crime Division of Nepal from pushing the ban through the courts in a day, describing it had consulted with some psychiatrists who do believe in the theory of aggression and highlighting that other nations had banned PlayerUnkown’s Battlegrounds as well. Chief of the Metropolitan Crime Division told in a post, “We’ve decided to ban the game before an unhealthy event occurs in Nepal.”
PUBG is going to Ban in Other Countries?
But regarding other countries banning news regarding PUBG mighty not true. Though the news related to China was rumoring to ban PUBG. However, in actuality that the game was not approved to start within this country. Chinese censors had fended off approving new game releases, which meant Tencent couldn’t monetize the video game tile, even though the people were playing lots of video games without using in app-purchases.