Pubg ban again in india

The ban is not just to play PUBG Mobile. It's also for playing other games with guns,

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Pubg ban again in india

PUBG Mobile, a popular mobile game, has been banned in Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan and Vellore. The ban was imposed due to concerns over the violent content of the game.

Pubg ban in india

The ban is not just to play PUBG Mobile. It’s also for playing other games with guns, such as Fortnite, Rules of Survival and Clash Royale. You might have already seen a lot of YouTube videos where people are protesting against PUBG ban in India by playing other games which have guns as their main characters.

The Gujarat government banned PUBG in schools and colleges on 24 March 2019, with some other states following suit.

The Gujarat government banned PUBG in schools and colleges on 24 March 2019, with some other states following suit. The ban has been put in place due to the violent content of the game and its addictive nature, which could have adverse effects on students’ health.

PUBG is a popular video game that was developed by an Indian studio named Tencent Games for Microsoft Windows. It was released for early access on Steam’s beta release program on 12 December 2017 before being made available worldwide on 20 December 2017 as a free-to-play battle royale shooter developed by Bluehole Studio.

In India alone there are over 200 million people playing this game regularly, making it one of the most played games here. This action by state governments comes after several requests from parents who were concerned about their children playing these games all day long because they weren’t doing well academically anymore since they were spending more time playing these games than studying or working hard at school (or college).

It’s important to note that while controversial violent content such as violence against women might be banned from general viewing audiences in India under Section 30(1)(a) of The Cinematograph Act 1952 (which prohibits showing scenes depicting murder), certain exceptions may apply if there is a “justifiable reason” for doing so like educational purposes such as teaching better ways not only how but also why not do things like this (such as using real guns instead). A court case may need to be filed if anyone wants access rights restored again once banned; however those decisions will depend entirely upon individual judges’ discretion rather than any kind formalized criteria.”

The state of Tamil Nadu banned the game for people below the age of 13, with plans to expand that to below 18 years of age.

The Indian state of Tamil Nadu has banned the game for people below the age of 13. This is not the first time that a government has tried to ban PUBG in India, but it is one of the most severe so far. The state’s officials hope to expand that ban to include anyone below 18 years old as well as 25 and above, which is also known as “the other half.” There are currently no plans to extend this ban further, though it’s possible they might do so if someone else comes up with a reason why they should be included in such an order.

The Indian state of Rajasthan was also considering a ban on PUBG Mobile on 1 April 2019.

The Indian state of Rajasthan was also considering a ban on PUBG Mobile on 1 April 2019. The state’s Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said his government had been asked to consider a ban as they saw it as a dangerous game that “may even lead to attacks and deaths”.

Rajasthan has 68 million inhabitants, making it the largest state in India and accounting for 16% of its population.

On 3 April 2019, the Government of Gujarat imposed a temporary ban on PUBG Mobile in the state.

On 3 April 2019, the Government of Gujarat imposed a temporary ban on PUBG Mobile in the state. The order will be in effect until further notice and applies to all schools, colleges and universities.

They cited violent content as the reason for the restriction.

The ban is due to violent content, with the government citing “objectionable and vulgar words” as well.

In a statement given to BBC News, they said: “The game [PUBG] encourages violence and goads players into killing each other. The Indian games rating system has noted that PUBG Mobile was rated for gamers above 18 years of age but we did not adhere to it when our office got this game for review. We have now removed it from our library for review process and will give final call after examining the game again once it gets re-certified by the IARC (Indian Association of Ratings).”

How To Get Around The Ban

You can still play on your phone without any issues so long as you are connected via WiFi or cellular data. However, if you’re playing over 4G LTE then there’s no guarantee how long your connection will last before crashing out or getting disconnected by your service provider due to excessive network congestion caused by all those other people trying to play at once!

If you are addicted – seek help before things get out of hand!

The district deputy education officer has ordered that a circular be sent to all schools and colleges informing them about the ban.

The district deputy education officer has ordered that a circular be sent to all schools and colleges informing them about the ban.

The circular states: “Video games such as PUBG may lead to addiction amongst students and can affect their performance in studies and other activities. The game is also known for its violence, causing aggression among players.”

He said some teachers had complained that students were addicted to playing PUBG.

He said some teachers had complained that students were addicted to playing PUBG.

“They want to play the game instead of going to school or college,” he said. “Students are playing this game… they become aggressive.”

On 10 April 2019, Surat Police Commissioner Satish Kumar Sharma informed that they would distribute pamphlets titled “Parents Alert”.

On 10 April 2019, Surat Police Commissioner Satish Kumar Sharma informed that they would distribute pamphlets titled “Parents Alert”. The pamphlets will be in English and Gujarati. They will be distributed to schools, colleges and youth clubs in the first week of April. The pamphlets will be distributed by the police commissioner himself through his mobile phone number 9925898332.

This is aimed at preventing students from becoming addicted to games such as PUBG Mobile and Fortnite.

  • This is aimed at preventing students from becoming addicted to games such as PUBG Mobile and Fortnite.
  • The government has decided that the game is addictive, and can cause students to miss school.
  • The government also believes that the game is violent, and can cause students to become violent.

On 10 April 2019, Vellore Collector K Vijayakarthikeyan declared that PUBG Mobile and other multiplayer mobile games will be banned for under-13s.

PUBG Mobile is a multiplayer battle royale game developed by PUBG Corporation for Android and iOS.

It was first released on the Google Play Store in Canada, Finland, Hong Kong and Macau on 15 March 2018. It was later released worldwide except China in June 2018 and then in Japan in December 2018 after receiving approval from Japanese regulators despite its violent content. The iOS version of the game was released globally on 21 September 2018.

Conclusion

With the ban on PUBG Mobile in India, it is clear that the government is taking a firm stance on content that they deem inappropriate for children. It will be interesting to see how this affects other games and whether they decide to take similar measures against them.

 

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