Pakistan police demands PUBG Mobile Ban, know reason why PUBG Mobile is getting banned and more

Pakistani police have demanded that PUBG Mobile, a “dangerous” online game, be banned. Pakistani authorities have labeled the popular online mobile battle royale game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile (PUBG Mobile) as “dangerous”. The governments of Punjab and the federal government may decide to ban the game outright. A spokesperson said the decision was made in light of last week’s horrific event in Kahna, in which a PUBG-addicted teenager killed his mother and three siblings. Know why Pakistani Police want a PUBG Mobile ban.

Pakistani Police Demand PUBG Mobile Ban

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A 14-year-old child was arrested last week for the murder of his mother and three siblings. According to authorities, the child played PUBG every day for a long time, which had a significant impact on his mental health. “After consistently failing at the game, his stress drove him to enrage his family, hoping they would come back to life as he did in the game,” a police spokesperson told Dawn. “It is necessary to ban the game in order to avoid acts of violence caused by it,” the police added. “Young people become addicted to the tasks of the game and commit violent acts as a result.”

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After a child slaughtered his relatives in Lahore last week, apparently inspired by the video game Player-Battlegrounds Unknown’s Mobile, the Punjab police have asked the provincial and federal governments to ban all violent video games (PUBG Mobile).

In July 2022, the Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) temporarily banned PUBG in Pakistan after it judged it to be excessively violent and addictive. Bigo, the game’s creators, had promised at the time that if the restriction were lifted, they would regulate immoral and indecent content.

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Updated: March 12, 2022 — 11:07 pm

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