PUBG is ‘violent and addictive’: Prakash Javadekar

Union Minister of India Prakash Javadekar expressed his views on games, According to him, many games are “violent, explicit, and addictive.

During the opening ceremony of the ‘Khel Khel Main– A Pan Maharashtra Toy/Game/Project Design Competition’, the Union Minister of India Prakash Javadekar expressed his views on mobile games available on the app stores like Pubg. According to him, many mobiles are “violent, explicit, and addictive.


He added that PUBG Mobile was an example of this, To recall, India had banned PUGB Mobile and over 100 other Chinese-origin mobile applications back in September 2020. PUBG Mobile India was announced it will come back very soon then, but the game is yet to receive the green light for launch, and after Prakash Javadekar’s statement we got an idea of what the Indian government is planning.

PUBG: New State may not be released in India until PUBG Mobile India is out

New State, the upcoming mobile title from the makers of Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds, is not coming to India anytime soon. At least not until the anticipated PUBG Mobile India is launched.

Although India has been excluded from the pre-registration of New State,” the company told the publication. This falls in line with what Indian players have reported so far, that they cannot pre-register for PUBG: New State in India via Google Play Store, even though the listing is visible. The Indian version of PUBG Mobile with one too many changes possibly made to appease the critics.

How to Pre-Registration PUB-G New State on Ios & Play Store

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