PUBG is banned in Nepal

PUBG is banned in Nepal
PUBG Banned in Nepal

This is becoming a big question coming towards gamers. PUBG is the most popular game in the world and is being played by almost everybody.

PUBG’s impact on people has been hotly debated in other countries as well in the recent past. Player unknown battleground is banned in many countries as well.

These things started when Player unknown battleground was banned in China but Player unknown battleground mobile was not banned in China it was the PC version which was banned in China.

Now PUBG is back again in the headlines for a controversial new reason: some governments are outright banning the game.

Now, PUBG is banned in Nepal.

According to the Katmandu post and Reuters, Nepal has directed every Internet service provider and mobile operators to ban the game in Nepal.

In an Interview of Nepal’s Metropolitan Crime Division said “We received a number of complaints from parents, and school associations regarding the effect of the game on children. We also held discussions with psychiatrists before requesting the Kathmandu District Court for permission to ban the game. We have decided to ban the game before anything unfortunate occurs in Nepal,” Dhiraj Pratap Singh, chief of the Metropolitan Crime Division.

Last month, Gujarat, a western state in India, banned the game over concerns that it’s too addicting and violent. However, the ban was later lifted.

Police in Gujarat arrested ten college students after they were caught playing PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds on mobile.

PUBG is still legal in the rest of India, but Gujarat singled out the game after parents and educators complained that the game was too violent and distracted students from studying.

Nepal is also preparing to arrest if anyone is found playing the game after the ban.

In India also it was highly debated whether the game should be banned, especially after the cases of suicides linked to the game.

A Mumbai boy had reportedly committed suicide after his family members denied to buy him a smartphone to play PUBG.

A 16-year-old boy committed suicide after he was scolded by his mother for playing PUBG and not studying for his exams.

We should not make playing games as our comfort zone. If we engage our mind in something for a long time every day, it becomes our new reality. Even if it’s not quite productive, healthy or positive, the consequences are bad.

You will be missing out life

It will change how you see things

You’re not learning anything

Bad for your mental health

You can’t enjoy life anymore

Read here why playing too much video games are bad for your mental health Reasons to Stop Playing Videos Games.

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Pankaj Gusain

Hi, I am Punkaj, an aspiring blogger. I post content about Entrepreneurship, Motivation, Business and Digital Marketing.

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