PUBG Ban in Pakistan
A most important question in the mind of PUBG fair users of this game is how they can use PUBG in Pakistan after temporary suspension. The answer is that there is no set solution for it and if it’s blocked how to use it and play PUBG. In the past, we have seen that people used VPN and VPS to use Youtube when it blocked in Pakistan.
Now the question is which VPN is to be used when there are many in the market but as per tests conducted Nord VPN premium accounts are working. But the question here is that if it’s blocked then why people still want to use it? At the same time, what is the purpose of a suspension of the game when there are multiple solutions are available in the market.
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What is fair use of Pubg?
The fair use of PUBG is for the people who play this game for relaxation and for having a good time. Also, YouTubers who make videos on it. They give reviews and they talk with the audience while playing this game their careers on youtube will be damaged.
What people say about Ban on PUBG
“If PUBG is getting banned because some children committed suicide by overdose. Let me remind you that hundreds of students commit suicide every year because of mental pressure & overburden they face in universities. Ban those institutes, This is not how things work. Ridiculous.” said Aqib.
“It’s a positive decision. I appreciate that decision. This game wastes children’s time and at the same time weakens their judgment” said Shahbaz Khan
My personal opinion on the ban
We live in a society where depression is common in the youth due to family pressures, but PUBG is banned, a society where corruption is common at every level but PUBG gets banned, a society which was liberated on the name of Islam but for the sake of popularity and a bunch of money the females sell their Islamic prestige on TikTok and her father and brothers feel proud of her, but what we do? Ban PUBG.
Pubg helped me in sparing my useless time in a game, not on an adult site. Makes no sense at all. The step is taken but in the wrong direction. We want our most favorite PUBG back!
The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has temporarily banned the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. (PUBG), an online battle game, for being “addictive” and detrimental to players’ health.
Today PTA released a press release about the suspension of PUBG after receiving applications against it. Before this action, Lahore Highcourt also received two petitions to block PUBG in Pakistan. This is the official document released by Pakistan Telecommunication Authority.