A student in India killed a father who tried to push him away from PUBG

A 21-year-old Indian killed his father, who was trying to get the guy to end his addiction to the mobile version of the royal battle of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG). A college student, a resident of the southern state of Karnataka, asked his father for money to replenish the mobile tariff plan. He was against, reports The Next Web .

The murder was committed in the early morning, the relatives of the deceased reported the incident to the police. According to investigators, the father tried for several months to ward off his son from playing PUBG. He himself worked in the police department and talked about his unsuccessful attempts to raise a 21-year-old student who dropped out of college and did not want to work.

In India, the PUBG is mixed. Activists have repeatedly called for a ban on the game in the country, in some cities it is blocked during the exam season. PUBG is already banned in Iraq and Nepal.

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