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अब भारत में आप नहीं खेल पाएंगे PUBG ?

Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR) has sent a note to Delhi schools noting that games like PUBG and Fortnite can be harmful to the kids and they can affect the children psychologically. The note comes days after ...

Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR) has sent a note to Delhi schools noting that games like PUBG and Fortnite can be harmful to the kids and they can affect the children psychologically. The note comes days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi was asked in his Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0 about the addiction of online games among kids and how parents should deal with it. While the DCPCR note cites several other games like Hitman and Pokemon Go, primarily in India nowadays, the popularity chart for online games is ruled by PUBG and Fortnite.However, it must be noted that the DCPCR missive to schools doesn't talk in detail about how these games harm kids. Instead, it seems to regurgitate the conventional thinking, and something that doesn't necessarily has a grounding in facts, that online games are harmful.PUBG and Fortnite have become extremely popular in India, and there are school kids and college students who play the game regularly. In India, where earlier online and video gaming was limited because it was expensive -- a gaming PC or a gaming console with the high-end television was out of reach for many -- teenagers and youngsters now suddenly have access to high-quality games like PUBG and Fortnite on their phones. This is likely one of the reasons why these games have become extremely popular in India.

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9th Feb 19