Free Fire has carved out a distinct segment for itself in the cell battle royale style, attracting a large following in the subcontinent. Earlier, Garena had deployed a devoted server for Bangladeshi avid gamers to supply a greater gaming expertise and regional occasions and tournaments.
However, current occasions in Bangladesh haven’t been notably good for Free Fire gamers. The nation’s High Court instructed the related authorities to ban using quite a few functions, together with Free Fire, for a interval of three months. According to the petition, such cell functions have a damaging affect on the youthful technology.
The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) handed an order banning Free Fire and several other different functions.
BTRC points order to ban Free Fire in Bangladesh
It added that BTRC made the defendant and all its licensees adjust to the High Court’s order instantly.
Subrata Roy Maitra, Vice Chairman of the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission, was quoted as saying the next, citing a Department of Telecommunications order:
“We have shut down PUBG and Free Fire and are taking steps to take away different dangerous apps.”
He went on to say that actions had been being taken to droop using different probably dangerous functions like TikTok, Bigo Live, and Likee.
The vice chairman additional added,
“Even for those who shut down the apps, they are often accessed by way of VPNs (digital non-public networks). We should not have the potential to close these down. We can even write to the authorities in cost of those apps to request their removing.”
Earlier this yr, there were reports of the Bangladesh Ministry of Education and Home Affairs recommending the suspension of PUBG Mobile and Free Fire in Bangladesh.
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