China PUBG ban-
One of the internet hottest video games “PlayerUknown’s Battlegrounds,”could be heading to extinction in China which appears to be the game’s biggest region by player population.
The PlayerUknown’s Battlegrounds(PUBG) is a multiplayer online battle royale video game developed by the South Korea’s Bluehole Studio.
The game which has attracted over 13 million players around the globe, Chinese regulators have described the game as being “bloody and violent”. According to the Chinese Audio- Video and Digital Publishing Association, a division that censors games, movies, and books, the game deviates from the socialist core values and traditional Chinese culture.
However, the Chinese watchdog has described the PUBG as not being conducive to the physical and mental health of young consumers.
Based on the Bloomberg reports, it’s suggested that the games’ last-person standing, battle to death-style makeup is a real deviation from both the Chinese socialist core values and traditional culture and ethical norms.
China PUBG ban
The China PUBG ban comes barely a week when it was rumored that vaulting and climbing will be included into the game.This will be some sorts very bad news for PUBG fans in the whole of China.
China is well known for being strict when it comes to media concerns, be it movies games or music.Its official support for the PlayerUknown’s Battlegrounds has finally come to a stop. and the PUBG stands the risk of being the next in line to face a ban from the largest game market.
In China, it’s practically impossible for violent games to gain license into the lucrative Chinese market, but its real character and environmental models made PUBG different.
The China PUBG ban will certainly pose a great effect in the Chinese gaming industry as China stands as the country with the highest number of gamers in Asia.