Free Fire Ban: After PUBG banned in India, Free Fire will be banned soon?

Garena Free Fire: After PUBG banned in India, Free Fire will be banned soon?

Free Fire Ban: PUBG Mobile was banned in India last year. This game has also been banned many times in India’s neighboring country of Pakistan.

At the same time, PUBG Mobile is also likely to be banned in Bangladesh. Along with PUBG Mobile, another battle game Free Fire can also be banned in Bangladesh. According to the report of Bangladeshi media Daily Manab Zamin, both these games can be banned soon.

Regarding these two games, the Parliamentary Standing Committee of Bangladesh has raised questions from the ministry regarding these two games.

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Apart from the Standing Committee, Bangladesh Mobile Phone Users Association has described both the Battle Royal game as a negative habit game for the youth.

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The report also said that Bangladeshi youths can provoke a sudden ban on both these games. In view of this, both these games will be banned gradually.

 Also, the government will keep an eye on the game not being accessed through a VPN . The report submitted by the Standing Committee to the Bangladeshi Parliament shows the negative impact of the game. Also, events inspired by both of these Battle Royal games have also been marked.

However, the report also mentioned how these two games are becoming popular among the youth. And both are becoming a source of entertainment among children as well as teenagers.


Mohiuddin Ahmed, President, Bangladeshi Mobile Phone Users Association, said in a statement. “On one hand we are continuously working for high-speed internet access for our future generation. While on the other hand youth are trying to misuse these technology. Which has forced us to think again.

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Relating the youth playing the Battle Royal game to the Teen Gangs, Mohiuddin Ahmed said. “This is a threat to society.” He further said that the players are transferring huge amount of money to foreign developers to buy in-game items while playing the game. Which is not good for the country, society and family.


Let us know that in September last year, PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite then banned by the Indian government in violation of IT Act 69A.

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After this, the new version of the game Battlegrounds Mobile India will be launched in India soon. The game has  made available for pre-registration on the Google Play Store.  Also, the teaser of the game has also released by the game maker Krafton .


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