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Teenage boy raped and killed, four youths shot dead – Pakistan grapples with PUBG and TikTok

Both the cases of murders in Pakistan have links to the mobile app PUBG and TikTok, which were banned in India last year

South Korean firm PUBG removes Chinese Tencent games from the Indian Franchise, says it respects Indian govt’s security concerns

India had recently banned popular game app PUBG by China's Tencent Games. PUBG owner South Korean firm eager to make amends and remove the Chinese company from publishing.

Akshay Kumar announces launch of action game FAU-G in support of Atmanirbhar Bharat initiative

Akshay Kumar has announced the launch of an action game, FAU-G, voicing his support for the Atmanirbhar Bharat initiative.

Chinese multinational company that owns PUBG loses billions, sees second-largest valuation dip this year after India bans app

Tencent becomes one of the biggest losers alongside China's ByteDance, whose flagship product TikTok was banned by India earlier.

Government of India bans 118 ‘malicious’ Chinese apps including popular online multiplayer game PUBG

The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology claimed that the 118 apps, which have been banned, were engaged in activities prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, security of the state and public order

Pakistan threatens to ban Chinese app TikTok over ‘obscene and immoral’ content, suspends PUBG temporarily

Pakistan's telecom regulatory authority bans Big, threatens to ban TikTok too.

No, Indian PUBG user did not make Chinese player say ‘Hindustan Zindabad’, Times Network’s website fell for satire

Times group's MensXP falls for satire, believes that Indian PUBG user made Chinese player say 'Hindistan Zindabad'

Week after two youths commit suicide, Pakistan bans PUBG as it ‘is wastage of time’

Lately, there has been an increasing demand in Pakistan seeking a ban on the popular online game Playersunknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) in the country claiming that it is just 'wastage of time'.

After Muslims complain about ‘idol worshiping’, PUBG removes a mode from their mobile game that allegedly involved it

After the latest version of the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) video game sparked a huge controversy among Muslim players the developers have now rolled back the update. The Muslim players had accused the game developers of promoting 'idol worshipping'.

Karnataka: 21-year-old son beheads father for stopping him from playing PUBG

This is not the first incidence where the addiction to PUBG has turned fatal.

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