[url=https://www.mmoam.com/PUBG-Mobile-UC/]PUBG Mobile Top Up[/url] It seems that violent games like PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will always be at the center of some sort of controversy. Ever since PUBG became the immensely popular force of gaming it is today various governments around the world have taken aim at it. Jordan is the latest to do so with the country’s Telecommunications Regulatory Authority announcing that is has made the decision to ban PUBG.
PUBG or PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is having a tough time globally. Only recently it was banned in different states of India and now Jordan has joined the list too. The country's Telecommunications Regulatory Authority has announced that is has decided to ban PUBG. In India several state governments had banned the game calling it 'addictive' 'harmful' and 'distracting'.
GamesIndustry which uncovered the TRC’s statement notes that it isn’t aware of such a report. The WHO hasn’t remained silent on gaming though – earlier this year the WHO did recognize gaming disorder as a legitimate issue which it classifies as “a pattern of persistent or recurrent gaming behavior which may be online or offline.” While that doesn’t seem to call out violent games directly it does cover TRC’s concerns over potential addiction.
Being a violent game the controversies associated with PUBG isn't a surprise. In India PUBG is associated with violent behaviour and low academic grades of students. As per the Indian authorities [url=https://www.mmoam.com/PUBG-Mobile-UC/]PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Unknown Cash[/url] the battle royale game changes the behaviour of the people over a period of time. Recently in China PUBG was banned and a new government-approved game Game for Peace was introduced.
So if this ban in Jordan ends up sticking it sounds like PUBG will eventually be in good company. Jordan isn’t alone in taking issue with PUBG – just recently PUBG Mobile was replaced in China by the government-approved Game for Peace though the two titles share a lot of similarities with one another. This probably won’t be the last we hear of governments around the world hitting PUBG with a ban either so stay tuned for more.
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