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  • Battle royale shooters Fortnite and Apex Legends may have surpassed PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds in some ways, but PUBG is back in the headlines for a controversial new reason: some governments are outright banning the game.Last month, we heard how police in India arrested ten college students for playing PUBG after some cities in Gujarat, India restricted the title, and now an entire nation has done the same. Nepal has directed every ISP and mobile operator to ban the game, according to The Kathmandu Post, The Himalayan Times, and Reuters. According to the Post, Nepal is also prepared to arrest players now that the game has been banned.

    According to The Himalayan Times (via PC Gamer), Nepal’s Supreme Court has decided to stay PUBG’s ban. Nepal’s constitution guarantees freedom of expression, so the Supreme Court wants actual proof that the fears originally cited by Nepal officials to justify the ban are reasonable.

    "We received a number of complaints from parents, schools and school associations regarding the effect of the game on children,” Metropolitan Crime Division chief Dhiraj Pratap Singh told the Kathmandu Post. “We also held discussions with psychiatrists before requesting the Kathmandu District Court for permission to ban the game.”

    After discussing the issue with psychiatrists that agreed PUBG was just too dangerous, Singh went to the Kathmandu District Court on Wednesday and requested approval to ban the game. After hearing facts like ‘lots of other countries have banned the game’ and ‘violent games cause violent behavior’ that can be disproved with a Google search or a peruse through TechSpot’s articles on the topic, the court agreed.

    PUBG, made by South Korean firm Bluehole Inc, is a survival-themed battle game that drops dozens of online players on an island to try and eliminate each other.It was launched in 2017 and has a huge global following.Adhikari said so far there had been no reports of any incidents linked to the game. But he said parents were concerned about their children being distracted from their studies or other normal routine work.Despite pushback in some countries, PUBG made almost a billion dollars last year. Though there’s competition from Apex: Legends and Fortnite, it retains a high player base, with a peak of over 931,000 players on Steam in the past month. Finally, to enjoy all the features in the game, players can Buy PUBG Mobile Unknown Cash from Mmocs at a reasonable price.




     



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