The Game that is Named as PUBG Means Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is an online multiplayer battle royale game developed and published by PUBG Corporation, a subsidiary of South Korean video game company Blue hole. The Designer of PUBG is Brendan Greene, The Producer is Kim Chang-han and their Directors are Brendan Greene; Jang Tae-seok and their Corporation name is PUBG Corporation.
In Pakistan on Wednesday it was announced that they are going to temporarily banning the popular online battle game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds or PUBG, terming as it is addictive and wastage of time. This decision was taken after when a 16-year-old boy committed suicide in Hanjarwal area on Friday the June 26 of 2020.
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Is PUBG Going to be Ban in Pakistan?
Yes PUBG is temporarily banned in Pakistan.
Is PUBG ban in Pakistan?
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has also raised some similar concerns on the addiction of PUBG. The youth of Pakistan is ridiculing its government’s decision to ban the game as it was the only place where they had the hope of getting chicken dinner.
Why the PUBG is banned?
PUBG was banned in certain cities of Gujarat after the police commissioner notified the citizens of these developments. The ban was sustained on these grounds: Players of PUBG mobile are often students, and the ghastly effects of PUBG addiction has caused students to fail due to peer pressure.
In which country is PUBG banned?
Countries that have banned PUBG Mobile include India, China, Nepal and Iraq, however, it is worth mentioning that the ban has already been lifted in India and Nepal.
Is PUBG dangerous?
It is extremely violent.
PUBG has been under scrutiny for being a violent game. Excessive violence can trigger aggressive thoughts, emotions and behavior that ultimately affects the mental health of the player.
How many people are playing PUBG?
400 million Online battle royal shooter “Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds” has reached over 400 million total players worldwide across all platforms to date, developer PUBG Corp. announced Tuesday. More than 227 million people log in monthly to play the game, the developer added.