PUBG Game Banned By High Court of Maharashtra is Fake News! Beware of Such WhatsApp & Facebook Forwards
PUBG Game (Photo Credits: Twitter)

PUBG or PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is undoubtedly one of the most popular games available in the market today. The online Battle Royale game has garnered maximum popularity in short period of time. Available in both PC and Mobile gaming platforms, PUBG have seen it all; be it positive or negative. Previously, we reported that PUBG Corp banned over 30000 account users for employing hack technology for effortlessly winning the game. Now, a rumour has surfaced on the internet that 'High Court of Maharashtra' has banned PUBG Mobile game. Over 30000 PUBG Player Accounts Suspended From Online Game For Cheating - Report.

Well.. That's totally fake! We want our readers to understand that this news is completely fake and they shouldn't be believing in such information. This fake news spread like a fire when a legal notice went viral on the internet. A legal notice has been doing rounds on Facebook as well as WhatsApp claiming that PUBG Mobile has been banned across India. Moreover, the legal notice has several mistakes, which can be identified as fake. PUBG Mobile Vikendi Map Update Rolling Out Tonight on Android & iOS Platform; Here's How You Can Download The Game.

PUBG Banned Fake News (Photo Credits: WhatsApp)

On the other hand, PUBG has also confirmed to the fact that a legal notice against the ban on the game has been doing rounds on the internet, which is fake. Having said earlier, PUBG banned more than 30,000 user accounts for using cheat codes for winning the game. Additionally, several pro players of were also pulled in the PUBG ban wave. We advise our readers that it is very essential to identify fake news before forwarding on social media platforms.