Within the mild, as many as 59 Chinese language purposes are banned in India by the Authorities of India, within the wake of latest Indo-China conflict on the Galwan Valley, which led to the loss of life of 20 Indian troopers. Following the violent conflict, Social media is abuzz with Indians rising as much as the event with protest to boycott Chinese language merchandise and purposes.
Whereas the choice of the federal government to ban Chinese language purposes is being lauded by netizens across the nation, however, there’s one query on everybody’s thoughts — why is PUBG not banned?
Properly, for the unversed, Participant Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is among the hottest video games the world over and is racing quick in the direction of half-a-billion downloads. At the moment, the sport has about 50 million lively customers, who play the sport every day. In actual fact, throughout the lockdown interval, PUBG emerged out as essentially the most ‘most performed sport’ in India.
Coming again to the query, the sport is just not banned as a result of it’s NOT CHINESE. Sure, PUBG was developed by a Korean game-maker, Brendan Greene, who’s the mastermind behind another video games like ARMA 2 and Day Z: Battle Royale. The sport was launched in 2017.
The Chinese language connection – Properly, the cell model of the sport was developed by Tencent, which is a Chinese language conglomerate. However the software continues to be a Korean product and never a Chinese language product and that is the rationale why this software wasn’t banned by the federal government.
As quickly because the information of PubG not getting banned got here out, social media was flooded with reactions from excited netizens, who’re thrilled with the information of the sport not getting banned. Twitterati additionally got here up with hilarious memes and reactions on it.
Right here, take a look at the reactions of Twitterati on PUBg not getting banned:
When you possibly can’t perceive why authorities banned all Chinese language besides PUBG however you like taking part in PUBG. pic.twitter.com/lJ9TyMnEA8
— Sagar (@sagarcasm) June 29, 2020
— pawan 🌬️ (@hawaibatein) June 29, 2020
Predictably, no ban by Modi on the Chinese language gaming app PUBG.
His bhakt would’ve disowned him earlier than he may say “mitron”.
— Saket Gokhale (@SaketGokhale) June 29, 2020
— RaHul SiNgh (@_gohan4) June 29, 2020
When Indian Govt. banned #TikTok however not PUBG*😂 🙈
Me and bois: pic.twitter.com/BazekRUXLq
— DOPE.🍷 (@Antic_piece) June 29, 2020
— HARSH 🇮🇳 (@Nationalist1110) June 29, 2020
#TikTok Banned from Play Retailer However PUBG not
Tiktokers to Play retailer: pic.twitter.com/2jWuUIWl5W
— प्रधान (@black_sparrow12) June 29, 2020
* 59 Chinese language apps banned together with #TikTok *
In the meantime PUBG to 59 apps : pic.twitter.com/u3cpEajpYw
— 𝐌𝐄𝐌𝐄𝐑 𝐌𝐄𝐃𝐈𝐂 (@MemerMedic) June 29, 2020
— Aman Raj (@AmanRaj8299) June 29, 2020
— Ayush Tiwari (@tayush72) June 29, 2020
#TikTok is banned by govt.
Pubg followers rn: pic.twitter.com/ymLeflTQqQ
— Aditya (@aadi_69) June 29, 2020
— Alok Sharma (@AlokSharma24502) June 29, 2020
— CHEEKU 🌼 (@Okay_Bye___) June 29, 2020