PUBG UPDATE: NCPCR Blocks Re-Launch of PUBG Mobile Indian Version.
NCPCR Blocks Re-Launch of PUBG Mobile Indian Version: The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) blocks the entry of PUBG Mobile Indian Version in the recent meeting. Indian gamers will have to wait a little longer for the re-launch of the game.
PUBG Mobile is trying to mark its comeback into the Indian market after the ban of 3 months but the road this time seems to be challenging. PUBG Mobile has registered as an Indian company in the Ministry of Corporate Affairs but to completely get going in India it needs to take permission from the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITY).
According to the recent news, NCPCR is not in the favor of relaunching the game right now. NCPCR works closely to protects child rights.
In a meeting to discuss the relaunch “NCPCR strongly denies the game until specific appropriate Legislations are not formed”.
The discussion went to the level that it pointed out that the game led to the loss of many lives in the country.
However, NCPCR confirms that it is not against the game re-launch but the legislations will need to come into force before the game rolls out to the market.
According to the press release by Krafton, PUBG Mobile Indian Version will have some in-game restrictions to restrict the daily gamer to play them non-stop. It will also not lead to any scenario of violence and hatred. It will promote a healthy environment among gamers across the country.
Earlier, PUBG Mobile tried to manage a meeting with the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITY) but there was no response from the Ministry. However, the game company is desperate to launch itself in the market and so are the gamers.