Iran: PUBG Mobile Ban Is Banned, Governments Bans Online Games

Iran: PUBG Mobile Ban Is Banned, Governments Bans Online Games: Reports are coming that online games are totally banned in Iran. Sources are saying that Iran parliament has now banned the most popular game which is quite famous in the whole world. Here, we are talking about the PUBG Mobile which is a Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds Game. People in this world are playing this game in very big numbers but the Iran government thinks another way.

Sources are saying that they have banned the popular game by saying that it’s harmful to society. Also, they added that these games are banned because it’s a potential national security threat. We don’t think that the game is that harmful but Iraq has suffered for decades under the dictatorial rule of Saddam Hussein and U.N. sanctions. The county itself is much more powerful and they are working way too much on it.

Also, the 2003 U.S. invasion and civil war it unleashed, and the battle against Islamic State, over which Baghdad declared victory in 2017. The country has seen enough and they are more than ready for any kind of security threat. So many big things which are killing Iran from inside are corruption and basic services like power and water are lacking too.

As you all might know that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), made by South Korean firm Bluehole Inc. The game is all about survival of the fittest till the end.  Also, the reports suggested that the North Carolina-based Epic Games’ Fortnite also been seeing the huge rise in users and numbers of players.  You all should know that the Iraqi Shi’ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, said on Thursday urged Iraqi youth to shun PUBG, calling it addictive. Sadr called on the government to ban it and said that the youth need to work on other things.