PUBG Causes Mental Breakdown For This Trainer; Play PUBG And Win Rs 1 Crore!

While PUBG addiction hospitalizes a fitness trainer, PUBG announces its biggest tournament.

PUBG causes mental breakdown
PUBG causes mental breakdown

Recently, a meme was being circulated which invoked quite a few laughs – it said, ‘Ladies, if a guy pauses his videogame just to text you back, marry him!’

The meme clearly glorifies the addiction to video games and isn’t that wrong on so many levels? It is ok to play video games for a while as a pastime or as a bonding activity between friends, but one should take care that this recreation does not turn into an addiction.

PUBG and its Addiction

Things have taken a turn for the worse for a fitness trainer who suffered a mental breakdown after playing a video game long enough to turn it into addiction. What is more surprising is that the fitness trainer had downloaded the game and started playing only ten days back!

Within a short span of only ten days, this guy managed to get addicted to PUBG, suffered a mental imbalance and had to be hospitalized. Allegedly, after completing one of the rounds, the trainer started hitting himself with blows and was injured. the neurosurgeon, who is in charge of this case, said that “the patient is unstable and has partially lost his mental balance”. He can still recognize people but his mind is not yet conscious and is still under the influence of the game.

While this is the sixth case in Jammu, locals have appealed to the J&K Government to impose a ban on such ‘life-threatening’ games. But if not PUBG, it will be something else; after all, it is up to each individual to not get carried away and keep a check on reality while indulging.

PUBG’s Biggest Tournament

PUBG, totally oblivious to the ongoing grave situation, has announced that there will be a tournament ‘PUBG Mobile India Series 2019’ which will have a total pool prize of Rs. 1 Crore for Indian gamers.

Rules and Registration:

  1. Click on the ‘Register Now’ button on PUBG Mobile’s India and complete the registration form. Registrations have already begun and are open until January 23.
  2. Once the form is filled out and submitted, you will be required to verify your email to activate your account.
  3. The main tournament is from January 21 to January 27, where all registered players will play the first 15 classic rounds with their squad members in Erangel.
  4. The next phase will be the online play-offs from February 10 to February 24, and it will be played in 3 rounds.
  5. For the Grand Finals, which will take place on March 10, wherein top 20 teams from the Online Play-Offs will compete.

The Grand Prize

The winner will be awarded a sum of Rs 30,00,000, while the first runner up will get Rs 10,00,000, and the second runner will be awarded Rs 5,00,000. Also, the first ten teams will get cash prizes with the 10th place winner will get an award of Rs. 50,000.

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