PUBG To Be Banned In India? Twitterverse Is Having A Meltdown; Share Heartbreaking Memes Which Are Relatable AF

As there are reports suggesting that PUBG will be banned in India, netizens can't seem to handle it well. They are making some heartbreaking memes which are quite relatable for a PUBG lover

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PUBG To Be Banned In India? Twitterverse Is Having A Meltdown; Share Heartbreaking Memes Which Are Relatable AF
If you are a PUBG lover? Then we are sure you must have come across the news of the popular game getting banned in India. Well, due to the tension between India and China, the government announced a ban on 59 Chinese apps including some popular apps like TikTok, Shein, UC Browser, Share It, Romwe and many more. However, as per a report in News 18, it is said that the government has axed 47 apps which includes Helo Lite, SHAREit Lite, BIGO LIVE Lite, VFY Lite and more. That's not it, 275 apps are reportedly being scanned and may see a ban on those as well. Having said that, the latest report suggests that every gamer's favourite mobile game PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds aka PUBG can face the wrath of the government. 
 
Earlier, when PUBG did not feature in the previous list of 59 apps, all the fans across the country heaved a sigh of relief but now, much to everyone's dismay, the game is said to be under the scanner. In India alone, the app boasts of over 175 million downloads. However, after this news surfaced online, came the dreaded news for the gamers. The fans of the game have completely lost their mind and are sharing some heart-breaking memes on Twitter. From expressing what parents must be feeling right now to representing the exact emotions of gamers, PUBG fans are sharing some amazing memes which will be very relatable for all the lovers. 
 
For the unversed, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, popularly known as PUBG is an online multiplayer battle game which is developed and published by PUBG Corporation, a subsidiary of South Korean company named, Bluehole. However, as per Money Control report, Chinese multinational conglomerate Tencent holds a considerable amount of share in the popular game.





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