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Another PUBG Mobile Ban Likely After Gaming Addict Kills Two in Lahore

An addict of the world-famous mobile game PlayerUnknown’s Battleground (PUBG) Mobile has reportedly shot and killed two people and injured three others in Nawa Kot, Lahore.

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As per the details of the initial inquiry report of the district police station, the man opened fire on his relatives after arguing with them over a private issue, as a result of which his sister-in-law and her friend died, and his mother and two siblings were severely injured.


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The Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), Umar Baloch, discussed the incident with the media and stated that “the accused had a brawl with his family the other day. Today, he brought a pistol from somewhere and opened fire”.

He mentioned that the reprobate was an avid PUBG Mobile player, a game that is immensely popular among the Pakistani youth.


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PUBG Mobile had been banned by the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) for a brief period last year after which the Islamabad High Court had ordered the Government to have the ban lifted, and the PTA had announced the same on 30 July 2020.

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