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PUBG Mobile player game spreading tentacles among youth

Subodh Bhasin. Dated: 1/11/2019 11:08:15 AM


Subodh Bhasin
Jammu, Jan 10
Some of the things teens as well as youth are doing is really going above and beyond crazy. One of them is playing deadly online games, endangering their lives.
Although in the past several incidents were reported wherein youth as well as children from various areas of states landed into hospitals after falling into the3 psychological trap of online gaming
In the past news of the ‘Momo’ challenge swept the internet after it was linked to the suicide incidents across the world. The online games appearing on social media platforms WhatsApp, Facebook and YouTube and has put the parents in serious troubles.
And now in Jammu, another online game Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds’, popularly known as PUBG has raised concern among the people. As recently, fitness trainer, who is also a known body builder of the city landed in hospital as he has become an addict of the mobile game.
As PUBG has been growing in popularity constantly ever since it was released as a mobile edition some time back. PUBG Mobile has been bringing out constant features and updates which can lead to anyone getting addicted to the game. But this move can result in online gaming addiction which could eventually backfire
The fitness trainer from one of the prominent health clubs of Jammu is struggling for life in an ICU of a private hospital where he has been admitted for the last several days after he lost consciousness.
Surprisingly within a short span of one month the player become addicted to the gameand finally due to adverse effects he was admitted to the hospital when he started hitting himself with rods before falling unconscious.
It is pertinent to mention here that PUBG is an online multiplayer battle royal game developed and published by the PUBG Corporation. In the game, up to 100 players parachute onto an island and scavenge for weapons and equipment to kill others while avoiding getting killed themselves. The available safe area of the game’s map decreases in size over time, directing surviving players into tighter areas to force encounters. The last player or standing team wins the round.
Talking to Young Bites Ashish Sawhney said that anything in excess could be addictive. Addictions come from a lot of things. In this case, it's gaming - specifically, PUBG Mobile which can cause loosing mental balance.
A per the report mental imbalance triggered because online gaming is not a new thing. This is not the alone case, there were several other cases happened in Jammu.

 

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