PUBG Mobile gets banned by Afghanistan Taliban due to its promotion of violence

One of the best BR games in the world today is PUBG Mobile. But recently, situations have changed in a few regions. While the Taliban-ruled Afghanistan believes the title is calling for violence, which would ultimately result in a boycott in the country, the Indian government banned BGMI for security reasons. Here is everything you need to know regarding the current state of PUBG Mobile in Afghanistan.

Afghanistan bans PUBG Mobile due to its promotion of violence

Afghanistan bans PUBG

The latest country to ban the well-known Battle Royale game, PUBG Mobile, is Afghanistan. The verdict appears to have been made after taking into account the game’s extremely intense and violent gameplay, as per sources. The Afghan Taliban believe that the title of Tencent Games encourages bloodshed, according to South Asia Index. As was previously stated, several countries are experiencing a wide range of issues as a result of intense gaming.

Telecommunications and ISPs in Afghanistan have disseminated information about the title’s ban. Also, they have already been told to comply with the regulations within the given timeframe. Numerous rumors state that TikTok, a well-known site for creating videos, would be restricted within the coming 90 days.

The title has already been blocked twice by the Indian government in the meantime. Data sharing concerns led to the recent one’s removal. Despite its tremendous expansion, PUBG Mobile is still experiencing blocks due to these persistent problems. How things turn out over the next few days is still uncertain.

 

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