Nepal Government bans PUBG over concern about its impact on children

The most controversial game on earth ‘Player Unknown Battle Ground’ has been banned in Nepal over the concern about its impact on children’s. This game has lead to reduce interest of studying in children and is leading to embed aggressive behaviour component.

Nepal government telecommunication regularity authority has issued a notice to all internet service provider to ban Player Unknown Battle Ground(PUBG) from their servers.

“We sought an order from the court to ban PUBG after floods of complaints from parents, guardians and school organisations to block the game citing psychological impact on teenagers and students,” senior police official Dhiraj Pratap Singh told AFP.

The survival-themed battle game, made by South Korean firm Bluehole Inc, has been downloaded more than 100 million times around the world since it was launched in 2017.

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