Is Pubg and Free Fire band in Nepal [2024 updated]
Nepal Government Has Decided To Ban PUBG Mobile And Free Fire In Nepal: Is This Real Or Not? PUBG Mobile And Free Fire is one of those popular games played in Nepal but once a year ago the game PUBG Mobile was banned in Nepal.
Regardless the ban on the game was dismissed within a few weeks and the game fire is still not a problem. Recently a parliament member of Nepal has requested the Nepal government to ban online games like PUBG and Free Fire in Nepal. In this article, we will discuss the online situations and problems of this game PUBG and Free Fire.
Free Fire and PUBG Mobile [Nepal Government Decision – 2024]
The game Free Fire was launched in 2017 on December 4 and the game PUBG Mobile was launched in 2018 on March 19 both are Battle Royale Games and some of the most popular mobile games.
As per the request from the parliament member, Mrs Asha Kumari Bk to the Nepal Government to ban those online games she said that these online games have created a lot of Negative impacts on growing children and teenagers affecting their mental health.
She added that if the Nepal Government didn’t take proper action regarding this then in the upcoming days the mental hospital will be full of teenage patients.
Nepal Government Has Decided To Ban PUBG Mobile And Free Fire In Nepal
Is Pubg Mobile and Free Fire Good?
But this Game has merits numerous Nepali YouTubers gamers are doing well in such kind of game they have earned a good source of income from it and they have also represented our Country Nepal by YouTube streaming.
Piror one of the well-known Youtubers 4K Gaming Nepal aka Mr. Pawan Jung Thapa is doing great and he also said that if this game goes banned then it is going be difficult for him as it is a great source of income earnings for him.
Not only, this the great DRS Gaming is probably the most successful esports team in Nepal which has represented Nepal on the Global Stage at Various Times. Also, they have earned a sum amount of money recently they have donated NPR 65 lakhs.
This game does not have only a negative impact this game has a good impact too and has also created different opportunities for youth on the global stage.
Nepal’s government should take a proper look at this game and also should make proper decisions. While this game is not only played in Nepal this game is played worldwide and some other countries have good signals regarding this game some countries like Nepal are just Looking at its negative impact so take a proper look.
So Lastly I would like to say that Banning PUBG and Free Fire is not a good option. [Nepal Government Has Decided To Ban PUBG Mobile And Free Fire In Nepal: Is This Real Or Not?]
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