Saccording to a well-known newspaper, the most popular battle royale game, of course I’m talking other than PUBG has been banned in this country of Asia, under penalty of arrest to anyone they find playing the title, because it had a negative influence on the behavior and education of children and young people in the country.
This country has banned PUBG completely
According to the latest reports, bad news for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds from Nepal. Of course, with PUBG being the most popular battle royale game, it served as the starting point for a great wave of games inspired by the Fortnite genre where the latest, Apex Legends, was banned in the Asian country on pain of death. ‘arrest. anyone who finds the title created by Brendan Greene.
According to the famous newspaper “The Kathmandu Post”, the most famous and popular battle royale game, PUBG has of course been banned in Nepal on the pretext that it negatively influences the behavior and education of children. and the youth of the country.
This decision came after numerous complaints from parents, colleges and student associations about the effects of the popular battle royale game, of course, PUBG on young people and, after consulting with psychiatrists, started the movements. aimed at banning PUBG in the country.
This movement by the Nepalese authorities is dominated by the bans struck by the famous battle royale game, PUBG Mobile in parts of India, after being made aware of cases of suicide committed by young people in the country.
In addition, a senior Nepal Metropolitan Police official, Dhiraj Pratap Singh, of course said that “many video game incidents have taken place in other countries. Therefore, we have decided to ban the famous battle royale game, of course, PUBG in Nepal before any bad luck arises. “
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However, the decision of the Nepalese to restrict access to the famous battle royale game, of course, from PUBG is not a decision suitable for players of the popular battle royale game PUBG, who specify the decision as “ridiculous” and move attention. to parents and guardians, asserting that they have the primary responsibility for the education of their children and students.
While many Nepalese video game fans have said and agreed that “banning is not the solution”. So what do you think of this? Just share all of your views and thoughts in the comment section below. And if you liked this article, don’t forget to share it with your friends and family.