More than 10 Arrested for Playing PUBGM, will follow court trial

PUBG Mobile ban Rajkot police arrest 10 people for playing the game in public

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"The case will go to the courts and there will be a trial for not following the notification issued", he said to the Indian Express. While the notification issued by the police is in Gujarati, using translator we were able to make out a couple of things. Conviction under Section 188 carries either a maximum prison sentence of one month, a 200 rupee fine (roughly $3), or both.

Police Commissioner Manoj Agrawal told The Indian Express that playing PUBG is a bailable offence, and that the students were arrested in public places.

All ten students were released on bail later that day. Gujarat, a state in India enforces the ban stating that the game is heavily influential, promoting violence as well as causes students to not focus on their studies.

PUBG Mobile released a statement earlier today which states that the game is meant for entertainment purposes only and is supposed to be played responsibly. We were thus surprised to learn that local authorities in a few cities have chose to impose a ban on playing our game.

Rohit Raval, Rajkot Special Operations Group police inspector, said their phones had been seized as part of the investigation. We are working to understand the legal basis of such bans, and hope we can have a constructive dialogue with relevant authorities to explain our objectives and that they withdraw the prohibition.

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"PUBG MOBILE is a game".

PUBG, made by South Korean firm Bluehole Inc, is a survival-themed battle game that drops dozens of online players on an island to try to eliminate each other. The police report said that the game was "highly addictive and the accused were so engrossed in playing they did not even see police approaching".

"It has been learnt through different mediums that there is a rise in violent tendencies among children and youth because of PUBG game / MOMO challenge".

"Due to these games, the education of children and youth are being affected and it affects the behaviour, manners, speech and development of the youth and children", an order by local police dated 6 March said. "As parents, we must guide our children to get the most from technology", he said.

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