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Beware of Fake News: PUBG Mobile ban by Maharashtra is Fake News

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Beware of Fake News: PUBG Mobile ban by Maharashtra is Fake News

PlayerUnkown’s Battlegrounds is one of the most popular games. The online Battle Royale game has garnered maximum popularity in short period of time. PUBG Mobile has been getting some negative vibes as well.

An Image doing the rounds on Facebook and Twitter of a court order banning PUBG Mobile.

The fake news spread after a legal notice started doing rounds on Facebook. Now has been forwarded on WhatsApp as well. The false notice that PUBG Mobile has been banned in India.

Notably, The legal notice has multiple mistakes and grammatical errors in it. News is completely fake and they should not be believe in such information. The fake news fire like fire when a legal notice went viral on the Internet.

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PUBG has also confirmed to the fact that a legal notice against the ban on the game has been doing rounds on the internet, which is fake.

Beware of Fake News: PUBG Mobile ban by Maharashtra is Fake News

Esports organizer have confirmed that they have not received any notice from the game developers Tencent games concerning this, and are planning big events around PUBG Mobile next year because it is a big crowd puller.

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Recently, PUBG imposed a ban wave which shut down over 30,000 accounts accused of employing cheat codes during the game. PUBG has also implemented the banhammer on users resorting to Radar Hacking. For the uniformed, users employing Radar Hacks get details information from the server and sends the data to the external device via Third party VPN.

For More Information: Pro players caught cheating, PUBG bans 30,000 accounts in Radar Hack


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