Indian police officer request to uninstall game like PUBG Mobile on Twitter
C. Sylendra Babu is an Indian police officer has made a video to call for youngsters “To Uninstall all computer games forever” because it has adverse effects on their mental and physical health and this video has viral throughout the gaming community in India. He is serving as Director-General of Police of the Railway (GRP) in Tamil Nadu. He is active on his social media platforms and he has 85 thousands of followers on Twitter. Two days ago, C. Sylendra Babu Tweets a video message of him for talking about the gaming culture in India, which has received over 700 Retweets and almost 3K likes.
An Indian officer Asks Youngsters to Uninstall Games like PUBG Mobile and Free Fire and this going to viral on a Twitter.
இளைஞர்களே, இன்றே துறப்போம் கணிணி விளையாட்டுகளை. இன்று பிறப்போம் புதிய மனிதர்களாய். Dear boys and girls, let us sign off computer games today for ever. pic.twitter.com/U3BRjnvon3
— Sylendra Babu (@SylendraBabuIPS) June 8, 2020
According to C. Sylendra Babu the people who spend their most of time on gaming every day they will not be a focus on their study, work and they are destroying their life. After this, he asks all of his followers to delete all the games which they are having like PUBG Mobile and Free Fire. He also asks them to play an actual game like Soccer, Cricket, Football, Volleyball instead of playing video games.
obviously, No one in the police force thinks like this way because the Mumbai police have already used PUBG Mobile on their Twitter and to promote people to wear a helmet which they are driving and stay inside their home during the situation across the globe because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) April 20, 2020
In 2019, PUBG Mobile has faced a very tough time in India because they banned it in few places, but nowadays everyone is more open-minded and when they see that the people who make a gaming career by being a streamer and pro player. So, there are gaming tournaments throughout the years with enormous prize pools that are directly similar to sports tournaments. PUBG Mobile World League Tournament will start in the next month with a prize pool of $850,000 and in this tournament, our 7 Indian teams will also be in it. The PMIS 2020 with a prize of 50 lakhs is also in progress right now.
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