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PUBG Ban In India: It Will Not Play More Than 6 Hours

PUBG Ban In India: It Will Not Play More Than 6 Hours
PUBG Ban In India: It Will Not Play More Than 6 Hours

In India there is a great debate about PUBG Mobile right now. The game is described as "addictive" and there are increasing reports in the Indian press about how young Indians are killed for their addiction to the game.

How did the people in India die? In the latest incident, two Indians were caught by a train. They are said to have played near the railway tracks PUBG Mobile, as reported by Indian media. That cost Nagesh Gore (24) and Swapnil Annapurne (22) the life.


It is said that both players were so immersed in PUBG Mobile that they did not notice the move.
Another incident allegedly killed an 18-year-old boy from Mumbai in February 2019 because his parents refused to buy him a new mobile phone for PUBG Mobile.

Drunk Acid Instead Of Water:

What else is there for reports from India? In early March, a report by the Indian media that a 25-year-old Indian had seriously injured himself for reaching into acid instead of water, drank the acid and thereby seriously burned.

Again, PUBG Mobile was blamed. The man had played this in his garden and was so captured by PUBG Mobile that he did not notice the difference and drank acid instead of water.

He survived the incident because he was rushed to a hospital for surgery. But even during the treatments, he should, according to media reports, have played even further on the phone.



Another report from October 2018 tells of a 19-year-old man who was said to be addicted to PUBG.
The 19-year-old murdered his father, mother and sister. He stabbed her dead in the night and devastated the house to make it look like a robbery.

The Indian media say he had skipped the school more often, then played PUBG 11 hours a day, messed up exams, and had conflict with his parents.

Violent And Addictive:

So the mood in India to PUBG: In many articles of the English-speaking Indian press are quoted experts who explain PUBG is violent and addictive in its nature.

PUBG Ban In India: It Will Not Play More Than 6 Hours
PUBG Ban In India: It Will Not Play More Than 6 Hours

Incidents are cited as how destructive the addiction is. The cases are described as "shocking". The parents worried about their children.

That's what PUBG says: The game is quoted as saying that while you’re striving to deliver the best possible gaming experience, you also believe it's very important to act responsibly.

Therefore, work with parents, educators, and government agencies, listen to their feedback, and do what you can to improve the mobile experience.

India is responding to the news: PUBG is now banned in some parts of India. It even arrests people who play it. The public indignation about the game is apparently great.

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