PUBG Mobile and Free Fire to be banned in Bangladesh? All you need to know

Battle Royale cellular players from Bangladesh had been in for a nasty shock when it was introduced that PUBG Mobile and Free Fire might be banned in their nation. The two Battle Royale titles helped to strengthen the esports ecosystem in the nation by encouraging cellular players to participate in tournaments.

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PUBG Mobile and Free Fire are two top-grossing cellular video games in the gaming world, and as per a Sensor Tower report, PUBG Mobile gathered a whopping $2.7 billion from participant spending in 2020. Another Sensor Tower report confirmed that Free Fire overtook PUBG Mobile to change into the highest battle royale cellular sport in the US by participant spending in the primary quarter of 2021.

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Bangladesh to ban PUBG Mobile and Free Fire

Recently, Free Fire got here up with a Partner Program for gamers from Bangladesh. A devoted server for the nation can also be stated to be rolled out on June eighth, 2021.

Ironically, the Ministry of Education and Home Affairs has known as for the suspension of PUBG Mobile and Free Fire in the nation, as per Daily Manab Zamin, a tabloid newspaper. The Ministry justified their determination by stating that the battle royale titles are inflicting dependancy amongst youngsters and younger adults.

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