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Tencent India offers to enter talks with police in the wake of arrests and PUBG ban Technology News, Firstpost



Just a few days after Rajkot police arrested 10 people for playing PUBG Mobile a worried Tencent India has finally spoken out on the issue suggesting the company intends to engage in talks with Gujarat police authorities to lift the ban on the game.

Tencent India who foresees the issue turning to a serious situation over time issued a

 Tencent India offers to enter talks with police in the wake of arrests and PUBG ban

PUBG Mobile being played on Android smartphone. Image: tech2 / Omkar

While police authorities are still entering into talks with Tencent over the matter, the statement does suggest that the issue may not be a national-wide form on PUBG in the country. There have been multiple case studies and reports to suggest that playing aggressive FPS shooters have no link to aggression in real life, and parents are still worried about how the addictions to harm children preparing for critical exams. statement issued by Tencent in response to the arrests across Gujarat.

"PUBG Mobile is a game. It is meant merely for entertainment and should be enjoyed in a healthy and responsible manner. , we are working on the introduction of a healthy gameplay system in India to promote balanced, responsible gaming, including limiting play time for under-aged players.

We were so surprised that local authorities in a few cities have decided to impose a ban on playing our game. We are working to understand the legal basis of such bans, and we can have a constructive dialogue with relevant authorities to explain in our objectives and that they withdraw the prohibition. To PUBG Mobile players, we want you to be on our site and we will try our best to find a reasonable solution. "

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