PTA Decides to Continue Ban on PUBG Mobile till Final Decision

As we know pretty well that, Pakistan is having the last 10 days without PUBG Mobile Game. While we were expecting some good news today from Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA). But still, the new update could not lead us towards lifting the ban on PUBG.

Because Pakistan Telecommunication Authority has decided to continue this ban till the exact final decision. That is expected to be announced in the next few days. To be honest this decision has ended the last hope of those who were playing this Battle Royale Game as a career start.

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PTA said yesterday that, “There was a hearing conducted in PTA on PUBG by authorized officers. The petitioner in IHC, councils of PUBG, Civil society representatives participated. They presented their viewpoints for and against the ban on PUBG. Tomorrow (10 July) is the last date for sending comments to PTA by the public through email on the PUBG issue. The Authority will decide on the matter after due deliberation in the next few days.”

I don’t know why but PTA has failed to make a full-fledged decision over PUBG Mobile. They could not point out the real facts in between the Ban or Don’t Ban option. Keep in mind that, #LiftBanOnPubg remained a top trend on social media during these days. While the majority of the gaming community emailed PTA with solid reasons to uplift this ban.

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Uzair Khan Jadoon

The Author behind @maticstoday, working as a Digital Marketing Specialist in Codematics Inc. Writing tech-related stuff and delivering solid reviews is in his keen interest. In his free time, You will find Uzair playing video games & that's why most of the topics he writes are based on game-related stuff.

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