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PUBG MOBILE Beats its Evolved Versions

PUBG MOBILE Beats its Evolved Versions

Ever since PUBG MOBILE came into existence, mobile gaming has become a new trend in India. Players from all over the country have installed it and about 73.4% of the total users have relied mainly on the mobile version of the game. Very few play the game on PC and even fewer play it on console devices. It is mainly because every single person in India owns a mobile phone and also the fact that if something is trending, where everyone is doing it, the remaining crowd follows it. In other words, a group of people playing the game will eventually influence the ones who don’t play the game.

The game is so addictive that each player spends about eight hours a week on the game. Especially after 8, the traffic of the game increases and we see these players spending hours on it. Maybe that is why Gujarat’s primary schools recently banned the game because students spend time playing than following classes. Also, this game doesn’t have an age barrier, according to reports a kid who is about the age of 10 and who is capable of good hand and eye coordination will be playing with a male who is above the age of 40. This shows that the game has really touched everyone in India. The recent event also grabbed many users’ attention and the Tencent Games certainly got a lot of players logging in for the event. With new updates every now and then, the game has now become the most played game on mobile and by a huge margin beating every other games like Fortnite, Free Fire and others. 


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