- Goa IT minister says PUBG has become a “demon” in every house.
- As per the govt official, a law is needed to restrict the online Battle Royale game.
- PUBG has been blamed for being addictive and violent by some government bodies.
Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds or PUBG is one of the most famous Battle Royale games that has made a mark in the online multiplayer gaming space. The title’s mobile version has managed to fare even better than its PC or console version with PUBG players in India preferring to play the game on mobile phones. However, the game is being seen in a negative light as it is blamed for being addictive. Even the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, knows about the game as he mentioned it during an event. Now, PTI reports that Rohan Khaunte, IT minister of Goa says that the game has become a “demon” in every house.