TikTok, one of the world’s most popular applications, and the popular game PUBG Mobile will be banned in Bangladesh for three months by court decision.
TikTok, one of the most popular social media platforms in the world, and PUBG Mobile, which has millions of players, have been banned in some countries so far because it is harmful.
Bangladesh High Court; asked the government to ban popular mobile apps like PUBG Mobile, Garena Free Fire, TikTok, Likee and Bigo Live for three months. The court ruled that the rules were not followed, alleging that the practices were affecting the country’s youth.
The government also thinks that such practices negatively affect children morally and socially. While the apps are currently accessible, the decision will come into effect in a few days. This decision upset nearly 2 million PUBG Mobile players in the country.
Over the past year, we’ve seen several Southeast Asian countries ban video games.
This process started with India banning PUBG Mobile and many other Chinese apps, and Nepal was added to the list of countries that banned these games and apps.
China-based game company Tencent also imposed restrictions on children playing the Honor of Kings game.