The government restricted online game Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds, famously known as PUBG, following grumblings that hampered studies of school-and school going understudies, it was prompting savage conduct among those dependent on the battle game.
PUBG, a game of battle and fight, which was widely initiated in 2017 for Windows PC and in late 2018 for cell phones, is an online multiplayer fight royale amusement. In the battle, up to 100 players parachute jump onto an island and search for weapons and equipment to execute others to death while abstaining from getting murdered oneself. The last player or group standing successes the round.
Now, Will this really become successful? Though the government had given its decision about the ban, will the indolent, sturdy, adamant and crazy players stop playing the game? This is just another problem like implementing a ban on porn which not even a minute problem: Many of them started using VPN to change their IP and started browsing.
A boy’s suicide in India after his mother scolded him for playing the popular online game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has inflamed a debate across the country over whether the game should be banned. A boy in India died after playing PUBG continuously for 40+ hours with severe pain in the head. News that a boy killed his friend for not just reviving and donating weapons has been heard. All these are insane.
With all these hearings, this was though an abstain a thoughtful and wise decision taken by the government for decreasing the inclement on the game so badly. Everything will bod under limits but when it crosses the limit, it will be an addiction which could be as bad as death.
Hoping the inclination against game will stop and diverges the path, let’s move a step forward and support the government for the initiation of this law for this could save your child.