PUBG temporarily banned in Pakistan.
This notification is issued on Wednesday 1 July 2020
The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has banned this unknown battle game PUBG.
PUBG becomes too much addictive game for players’ health.
The PTA received many complaints about these online games.
Press Release: In view of complaints received from different segments of society, PTA has decided to temporarily suspend the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) game. pic.twitter.com/ZUea4G277k
— PTA (@PTAofficialpk) July 1, 2020
PUBG is an addictive game and also a wastage of time.
PUBG poses negative impacts on the physical and psychological health of the children. And children used these games very much.
PUBG also poses negative impacts on teenagers. The news reported in Quetta that a 22 years old boy died by suicide after missing a task in this online game PUBG.
The young boy was depressed by this game after missing a task.
The police chief of Lahore told about a new case that a 16 years old young boy commits suicide in Lahore. After missing a mission that is assigned by this game.
And the police chief of Lahore also requests our government to ban this PUBG game in Pakistan.
A 20-year-old boy had also died by playing this game and the police said that their parents had stopped him from playing this online game.
A hearing is being held in on 9 July 2020 for the final decision to banned this game in Pakistan.
Moreover, the authority has also decided to involve the public in its decision-making process, encouraging it to provide feedback on the matter through concerning channels.