Why PUBG banned users below 13 years in China? Will it also happen to India? Know the complete truth about it

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds prominently known as PUBG has officially banned every one of the users below 13 years in China. Will it also happen to India? We will talk about it completely.

PUBG banned users below 13 years in China

Online multi-player game PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, prominently known as PUBG, has been forced with a digital lock and now users under 13 years old would need to request that their guardians open the game for them.

Sad, I am also a PUBG lover.

Why it banned?

"Tencent is continuing to double down on how it restricts younger players from accessing some of its games in China, this time with a digital lock system that will lock out players under the age of 13,” gamesindustrybiz.com reported late on Friday.

Tencent has forced the age limitation to help the Chinese government's crackdown on gaming dependence among the youth. The gaming giant is utilizing advancements like facial recognition and player ID checks to check the ages and personalities of those playing Honor of Kings and others in China.

Likewise, it has effectively forced cutoff points on to what extent young players can play the game, and forced standards for spilling its game content, disallowing things like savagery, data about betting or erotic entertainment, national politics, or other harming conduct.

The Chinese government's worries about myopia in youngsters/children likewise set off a nine-month-long stop on new computer game approvals in the nation in 2018 that finished in December. PUBG was launched in December 2017 and it is a multi-player fight game that connects users from around the world progressively and enables them to fight missions and is known to enjoy players into extended periods of time of gaming.

Will it also happen to India?

As of now, the ban has been put in place only in China and there is no such ban news for Indian PUBG users. So, enjoy playing and don't forget to give importance to your studies too.

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Source: https://www.indiatoday.in
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