Free Fire Ban Bangladesh Report: PUBG Mobile, Free Fire might be banned in Bangladesh

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PUBG Mobile, Free Fire Ban in Bangladesh News Report: Recently in a report published by online daily Bangladesh news portal that popular mobile games like PUBG Mobile, Free Fire might face a ban from the Bangladesh government. According to the report by Daily Manab Zamin, The Ministry of Education and Home Affairs, Bangladesh Government has recommended the suspension of PUBG Mobile and Free Fire in the country due to the too much addiction among teenagers and young adults for the game. See Free Fire Bangladesh Server News

The Parliamentary Standing Committee on the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, Bangladesh Government has also discussed this whole subject.

In addition, the Bangladesh Mobile Phone Users Association called for action against the two popular battle royale titles due to their too much addictive nature.

According to SensorTower, Free Fire became the most downloaded mobile game in the last year, while PUBG Mobile at fourth.

Recently, Free Fire Bangladesh official also announced a dedicated Free Fire Bangladesh Server for Bangladesh region players, which is about to go live from 8 June 2021.

So, this news is very disappointing for all game lovers from Bangladesh. We have also seen how the Indian gaming community got a huge drop when the Government of India banned PUBG Mobile in India in September 2020.

If these games get banned then it will be a very bad news for all PUBG and Free Fire games from Bangladesh.

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(Via The Indian Esports)