PUBG MOBILE addiction claims lives of 16-year-old player

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PUBG, MOBILE, and his new relationship is not foreign to us. Since the game is being rolled out for the Android-based phones from a variety of reports that the health of the players and, as a result of a higher dependence have entered. A lot of the young players have lost their lives, while some others may have been due to some other form of loss or damage. In the latest incident on this list, PUBG, MOBILE cases, it is the death of a 16-year-old as a result of a chronic addiction to the game. Also Read – PUBG-PC-Update 8.2-live on the test server with a MG3 LMG, Decoy Grenade

In a recent report The Hindu religion states that a 16-year-old from Andhra Pradesh state, West Godavari district, has lost his life due to PUBG MOBILE addiction. The boy used to stay in his home as a result of the ongoing COVID-19-pandemic, and has spent most of his time in the game. Apparently, he has stopped to eat, and the water, and then he got sick. His family took him to the nearest hospital, but he succumbed to Diarrhoea during the treatment, the treatment. Also Read PUBG Mobile, Here’s everything you need to know about the new Gun Game mode

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This will be added to the long list of young players who have lost their lives due to the game addiction. PUBG MOBILE is available for free download and play for anyone with an Android or iOS-powered smartphone. Most of the young players usually get addicted to a game for a console-like gameplay and in-game rewards. The game also allows for multiplayer with your friends on Facebook. Also Read PUBG Mobile Erangel 2.0 card will finally be available in the beta version

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Previously, there were reports of a 25-year-old man succumbed to death after suffering a stroke. The player became so excited while playing that he has suffered a stroke and died. In another report, a 17-year-old player collects Rs 16 lakhs on the in-game purchases in a given month. The player will be kept of the purchase of the virtual currency to buy in-game items without it is to keep a tab on his expenses.

It is for this reason that the government should, as parents, end up with a demand for a ban on the game very often. PUBG CELL will remain in the news for all the people asking for a ban on the prevention of drug addiction. The PUBG MOBILE team to come up with a simple way to slow down the play-time is spent by players. The game is now only three hours of gameplay, on any given day, with a warning after the first hour or two.

In spite of these cases, the game goes on, with new features and enhancements to the gameplay to keep players engaged. Recently, support for up to 90 fps, the gameplay had to be rolled out for the players on the OnePlus devices. 90 fps, and support for it will eventually come to all Android and iPhone devices in the next couple of weeks.





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