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The prevalent fight royal game PUBG Mobile is enduring an onslaught in India after apparently causing deaths in numerous instances.

Some Indian cities have prohibited the diversion for a specific period, and a few people are requesting that the administration ban it. Engaging claims of enslavement and trying to conquer bans forced on it, PUBG Mobile is trying a maximum 6 hours per day gaming limit for clients in India.

PUBG Mobile was built by 37-year-old graphic designer notwithstanding the death, game ban and arrests, the Mobile competitions are given without end as much as Rs 30 lakh to its victors, according to the report.

As a piece of test the application begins indicating health update if you have played the game for 6 hours on smartphones. The message understands, You’ve played the game for 6 hours today, Please come back tomorrow at 5:30 AM.

Likewise, the report says, A player under the age of 18 years will get an earlier notice following two and 4 hours PUBG Mobile will remind you when you spend too much time in the game. Are you under 18 years of age?

So that they will play the game accordingly before achieving the confined planning. So, on the off chance that this turns out to be valid, at that point in any event the restriction will be lifted from numerous states and players will most likely appreciate the gameplay.

As of now there is no official news about this, yet numerous PUBG players have seen the disclaimer and have tweeted about the equivalent on Twitter.

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