PlayerUnknown’s Battleground aka PUBG is No. 1 trending battle royale game in all over the world. This hugely popular battle game has resulted in addiction among teenagers all over the world and which has caused PUBG MOBILE Ban.
In India, due to the addition of PUBG, many cases of theft, suicide, and murder has occurred. Keeping all these things in mind, the Gujarat Government had issued a circular where PUBG had to be banned in some districts of Gujarat.
This PUBG MOBILE ban in Gujarat later resulted in the arrest of 10 people in Rajkot for playing PUBG in public.
Due to the fear of full India ban, Tencent India is testing some India specific features to avoid ban which may roll out soon. One feature is the Health Reminder, in which the game will give a message that “The game has been stopped. Please come back at (Time).”, this feature will be only for players who are aged below 18 years. Some users have reported that this feature is already there in Beta version of PUBG and needs to be turned on.
Once this time limiting feature has been turned on, the game will stop when a person will play the game for a regular 6 hours. Some users are saying that they are getting this message even in the 2-hour interval. Also, some are saying that even they are 18 years plus they are getting this message.
In a statement Tencent India said, they will work with the Government to ensure a healthy and responsible gaming experience.
“In consonance with our endeavor to continue promoting responsible gaming experience, we are working on the introduction of a healthy gameplay system in India to promote balanced, responsible gaming, including limiting play time for under-aged players.” – PUBG MOBILE ban Tencent India.
So, PUBG MOBILE ban Tencent is actively working on how to stop the ban on its most popular mobile game.
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