Fake News on Facebook and the Internet is claiming that the High Court of Maharashtra has banned the PUBG game.PUBG Mobile has already received Google’s Best Game Award in 2018.
￼High court of Maharashtra did not ban PUBG mobile game’
PUBG, in a very short time, has become a huge gaming sensation and has already rated it as the most popular mobile game of 2018. PUBG is not limited to just mobile and is available on PCs and other gaming platforms.
There is no doubt that PUBG has been attracting all kinds of news – some who tell you that this is one of the greatest games, while some suggest that this is also addictive and requires a check.
Now, the latest round of fake news shows that the ‘High Court of Maharashtra’ has banned PUBG Mobile. We want to alert our readers that this is a piece of fake news and you should not believe this information.
After spreading the fake news, a legal notice started circulating on Facebook and it has now been sent to Whatsapp.
The false legal notice claims that PUBG Mobile has been banned in India. In particular, there are many errors and grammatical errors in the legal notice.
PUBG has confirmed that the legal notice on the internet claiming restrictions on PUBG games is completely fake.
PUBG manufacturers have recently banned many players to use hacks. PUBG implemented a wave of restriction, which closed more than 30,000 accounts accused of applying a fraud code during the game. Many supporters of the game also considered the wave of restrictions.
PUBG has also imposed a ban on users who resort to radar hacking. Without information, users working on radar hacks receive detailed information from servers and send the data to the external device via third party VPN, which ensures high success and killing rate for the deceiver.