PTA lifts ban on PUBG after meeting with game’s data controller

PTA lifts ban on PUBG after meeting with game’s data controller
ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has lifted the ban on a popular online game Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) today (Thursday).
According to a press release, a meeting was held between PTA and legal representatives of the game’s data controller, Proxima Beta Pte Ltd (PB).

The representatives of Proxima Beta briefed PTA on response to queries raised by PTA with requests to controls put in place by PB to prevent misuse of the gaming platform.
“Keeping in view the positive engagement and response of the company, the Telecommunication Authority decided to unban PUBG,” the statement added.
Popular online game (PUBG) has launched an official discord server for Pakistan. Through this, the players can get the latest news on PUBG, chat with other players, share bug reports and feedback, share memes and your own content, find groups to play with, and much more.
There are plenty of voice chat rooms to support the ever-growing amount of members. There are rooms for duo groups, trio groups, full squads, etc.
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