While PUBG Mobile is one of the most famous battle royale games out there, it’s faced a fair share of controversy. The game was recently banned in Iraq, along with Nepal, however, ban on it in the latter country was reversed as the supreme court said banning it would impinge on citizen’s freedom of expression. Reuters now reports that Tencent has pulled down the test version of the game from its servers in China after the country’s government rejected the game developer's appeal to monetise it. Players of the title are reportedly being migrated to another title developed by Tencent called “Game for Peace,” which received monetisation approval in April.
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