After Gujarat Police arrests 10 for playing PUBG Mobile in public, Tencent India issues statement



In a country where gaming isn't seen as a viable career option by most, ten college students were arrested by the Rajkot City Police, Gujarat. Their heinous crime? The students were "caught red-handed" playing PUBG Mobile in public. You read that right! The battle royale sensation was banned in Rajkot and Surat just last week and the police issued a directive stating any person found playing PUBG Mobile in public is liable for prosecution. PUBG Mobile recently hosted its biggest tournament PUBG Mobile India Series 2019 where winners were rewarded from a prize pool of 1 crore INR. Yet, there's a state in India that has restricted its residents from playing a mobile game…
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