Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) has announced that the ban on online game PubG will remain in place. A statement issued by the Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) said that the ban on online game ‘Players in Non-Battle Ground (PUBG) will not be removed.
The decision to close the game was taken in a detailed hearing held at PTA on July 9 on the direction of the Lahore High Court, the statement said.
According to a PTA spokesperson, interested parties attended the hearing. The Pakistan Telecommunications Authority also requested the management of the online game to provide data.”
According to the statement, PTA demanded the pub management to provide information regarding game seasons, Pakistani user data and company controls. The pub management has not yet responded to Pakistan’s request.
It may be recalled that after the suicide of three youngsters, the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) had on July 1 temporarily banned the game PUBG on mobile phones across the country. The online game PUBG has so far claimed the lives of many young people around the world. In this game, two teams are formed and both the players kill each other with the help of weapons. The psychologists also said that due to the game, young people are suffering from mental stress while the element of violence is also increasing among them.