Why PUBG Baned in India and Has Left Gamers Upset

The Government of India has now banned PUBG, the incredibly popular battle royale game that was pretty much a permanent fixture on the top of the charts on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store. Here’s why it affected Indian players.
Smartphone users who already have the game installed might still be able to access the game unless the Indian government sends an order to shut down the Indian servers. Creative Destruction, known as a Fortnite clone, and Rules of Survival, which gave the PUBG experience on Android before PUBG Mobile was launched, have also been banned in India now.
Even though the gamers are sad at the ban of #PUBG, social media thinks it’s a sigh of relief for many parents. PUBG Mobile ban in India will certainly lead to avoid in the ecosystem, but you’ll still have a number of titles to play if battle royale beckons you. PUBG among 118 Mobile Apps Banned by Govt in Another Crackdown amid Border Tensions With China.
The Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds or PUBG is a popular battle royale game, that promises the winner a highly coveted Chicken dinner. Earlier popular app TikTok among many other Chinese apps was banned in India following skirmishes with China. The apps have been banned by the Ministry of Electronics and Information and Technology as “they are engaged in activities prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defense of India, the security of the state and public order”. “This move will safeguard the interests of crores of Indian mobile and internet users. This decision is a targeted move to ensure safety, security, and sovereignty of Indian cyberspace,” said a statement from the ministry.