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Jordan is the last country to ban Playerunknown's battlefields



By Natalie Clayton,
Thursday, July 11, 2019 at 14:07 GMT

Jordan joined the ranks of the countries that kicked off Battlegrounds.

The country's Telecommunication Regulatory Commission decided to ban the Playerunknown battlefields on July 4th. According to a study by the World Health Organization, PUBG would have been described as "violent gambling leading to addiction and social isolation".

L & # 39; WHO made attract attention after classifying gambling addiction as an illness this year. However, although the organization has called violent games in the past, it is difficult to find the PUBG specific report cited by the TRC.

Jordan joins Iraq, Nepal (briefly) and several Indian cities to ban the Royal Battle of Brendan Greene.

In addition, the TRC states that the ban was in "national interest". The organization says it has received a widespread complaint from citizens and authorities about the "negative impact" of PUBG.

Jordan does not stop there. Roya News believes the TRC plans to ban another six games, including Fortnite.

Despite its popularity, PUBG strikes more and more walls around the world. Last May, the publishing giant Tencent abandoned the launch of the game by China facing monetization problems.

It looks like another area of ​​deposit is forbidden for PUBG.

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