PUBG Ban Row: PUBG Extends Full Support To Parents, Educators And Government 

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PUBG Mobile developer Tencent Games has responded to recent controversies around the online battle royale game in India. In its official statement, PUBG said they want to work with parents, educators and government authorities

Written By Tanmay Patange | Mumbai | Updated On:

PUBG Mobile developer has responded to recent controversies around the online battle royale game in India. In its official statement, PUBG said that it strives to provide fans and players with the best possible gaming experience.

"We appreciate the support and trust given to us by our PUBG MOBILE players. While we strive to deliver the best possible gaming experience to our fans, we also believe that it is extremely important for us to be a responsible member of the gaming ecosystem," said PUBG in its official statement.

Folks over at PUBG also want to work with parents, educators and government authorities "to foster a healthy and balanced in-game environment."

"We constantly work and shall continue to work with different stakeholders, including parents, educators and government bodies, and listening to their feedback on what we can do to enhance the overall PUBG MOBILE experience," PUBG added.

PUBG said they are working on some new features and improvements to make the whole experience more rewarding and responsible. 

"To foster a healthy and balanced in-game environment, we are developing numerous new features and enhancements which enables us to provide an environment for players to enjoy PUBG MOBILE in a rewarding and responsible manner," PUBG continued.

Last year, PUBG won Google Play Store's Best game title. Infact PUBG is still leading the charts under Google Play Store's Top grossing games. PUBG has reached more than 200 million users with over 30 million daily active users.

Of late, PUBG has engulfed in so much controversy amid voices calling for a ban on the game gets louder. Last month, Gujarat govt. issued a directive to ban students from playing PUBG in schools.

Recently, an 11-year filed public interest litigation (PIL) through his mother in Maharashtra, asking to ban the game. The PIL was filed right after PM Modi's PUBG response to a parent's question about her child spending too much time playing online games during 'Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0' had gone viral.

Bombay High Court is now seeking government's response on the PIL. Meanwhile, cases of PUBG addiction have started to become a huge concern for parents and experts after an 18-year-old Mumbai teen committed suicide because his parents refused to buy him a new mobile phone to play PUBG.

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